Peter Kaaden's Zu Nah

Photography // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
German photographer Peter Kaaden is known for his spontaneous portraits of his friends, often naked in strange, sometimes indiscernible situations. In his new series Zu Nah featured in Vice’s 2014 photo issue, he has removed the humans but not the nudity, instead creating it out of food in a series of vulva shaped close ups of clams and sliced turkey sandwiches.

Vice: She's Got Legs

Erotica // Friday, November 01, 2013
There's nothing  wrong with a little leg... thanks to Vice's feature on this certain, seductive part of the anatomy, we've gained a whole new admiration for that which we already loved. Thank you for the legs, ladies. Photos from the talents of Brayden Olson. Thank you.

VICE TATTOO AGE: THOM DEVITA TRAILER

Tattoo // Friday, November 09, 2012
'The next Tattoo Age series is about Thom deVita. Thom is an artist on many levels, and tattooing is just one of the ways he expresses himself. He began tattooing in New York City in the late 60s, when the practice was illegal. In this episode, which starts on November 21, we will hear from Don Ed Hardy, Nick Bubash, Scott Harrison, John Wyatt, Angelo Scotto, Bubba Reeves, and Robert Ryan, as we try to tell the epic story of Thom deVita, the artist.'

Part 3 of Mutsuo's Tattoo Age Series

Tattoo // Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Vice's third installment of Tattoo Age's incredible special on Osaka-based Mutsuo is now online. The nine-minute video--packed with the artist's commentary on Japanese tattoo stigmas and a tour of the temple from which he gains inspiration--after the jump.

TATTOO AGE 2: MUTSUO

Tattoo // Wednesday, October 10, 2012
The second season of Vice's Tattoo Age video series began with the fabulous 3-part profile on Valerie Vargas of Frith Street Tattoo in London. Now, it takes us to Osaka, Japan for a peak into the life of Mutsuo of the Three Tides Tattoo. Part 1 of Mutsuo's profile drops October 10th, but the trailer below promises that it will be another great watch.

Vice's 'I Had a Face Tattoo For a Week'

Tattoo // Friday, September 14, 2012
The excellent 'Tattoo Age' video series isn't the only tattoo-related material reported by  the team at Vice.com, as evidenced by a recently posted exposé 'I Had a Face Tattoo for a Week'. Both hilarious and sad, the article points to the prejudices and changed perceptions endured day to day by folks with facial tattoos.

Tattoo Age: Season 2

Tattoo // Monday, September 10, 2012
VICE's Tattoo Age is back for a second season, traveling across the world to feature different artists from all ends of the tattoo spectrum, including Valerie Vargas of the UK, Mutsuo of Japan, and Thom deVita of NYC. Each artists' episode will be aired in three installments every Wednesday on VICE.com.

Vice Goes In-Depth with Tattoo Artist Grime

Tattoo // Friday, July 06, 2012
"When he was eight years old, now-prolific tattoo artist Grime had a horrifying accident — he was caught in a flurry of flames that engulfed his arms, legs, chest, and face. Visiting San Francisco's Skull and Sword, the heads atVice went behind the scenes for the second video in the new series Tattoo Age to delve into the mythology of Grime's work and the shop culture over at Skull and Sword. This is episode one of three".

Photos from The Creators Project: San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Over a foggy wet weekend, we took our bikes out to Fort Mason to attend Vice and Intel’s collaborative creative endeavor, The Creators Project.  We would be lying if we said our main reason to check out the event wasn’t bands like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Squarepusher, both rarely making appearances on the West Coast.  However, accompanying the wide range of renowned music performers was a variety of artist talks, panel discussions, hands-on workshops and interactive art installations.

Maurizio Di Lorio, Where are you tonight?

Erotica // Thursday, May 12, 2011
Self-proclaimed Obsessive Compulsive Photographer and Founder / Editor of DISTURBER Photography Magazine, Maurizio Di Lorio's eye for his subject and risque sense of amusement make his connections to Vice, Vogue and Modfetish no wonder.