munchies:

Presenting MUNCHIES, a New Food Channel by VICE
Dear people who eat,
You may already know MUNCHIES as a food series by VICE. Now, MUNCHIES has been reborn as our new food channel dedicated to showing you the best videos, articles, and experiences the universe of food has to offer. And yes, MUNCHIES will live on as a show about your favorite chefs out on the town.
MUNCHIES aims to be a beacon of hope in the sea of spoiled gazpacho that is people writing and being videotaped talking about food.
Continue

Munchies is here! Follow them on Tumblr and also just go and read their site and watch a bunch of videos. They rule! 

munchies:

Presenting MUNCHIES, a New Food Channel by VICE

Dear people who eat,

You may already know MUNCHIES as a food series by VICE. Now, MUNCHIES has been reborn as our new food channel dedicated to showing you the best videos, articles, and experiences the universe of food has to offer. And yes, MUNCHIES will live on as a show about your favorite chefs out on the town.

MUNCHIES aims to be a beacon of hope in the sea of spoiled gazpacho that is people writing and being videotaped talking about food.

Continue

Munchies is here! Follow them on Tumblr and also just go and read their site and watch a bunch of videos. They rule! 


Neil Winokur’s still life photos of New York City’s most iconic objects

(Source: Vice Magazine)

Neil Winokur’s still life photos of New York City’s most iconic objects

Cheers to the Revolution: Kiev’s Beautiful Molotov Cocktails 
Kiev’s Euromaidan protestors use fire to their advantage. With fire, the protestors were able to defend their barricades, extend their lines, and fortify their positions. They were mobilized throughout the city to collect as many bottles as possible, and thousands of Molotov cocktails were used to set fire to tanks, other armored vehicles, and buses. These little bombs were the only real weapon protestors had against the government’s well-armed forces. 
Donald Weber spent this February in Kiev photographing for VICE. Follow our coverage of breaking events in Kiev on VICE News.
All photos by Donald Weber/VII Photo






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Cheers to the Revolution: Kiev’s Beautiful Molotov Cocktails 

Kiev’s Euromaidan protestors use fire to their advantage. With fire, the protestors were able to defend their barricades, extend their lines, and fortify their positions. They were mobilized throughout the city to collect as many bottles as possible, and thousands of Molotov cocktails were used to set fire to tanks, other armored vehicles, and buses. These little bombs were the only real weapon protestors had against the government’s well-armed forces. 

Donald Weber spent this February in Kiev photographing for VICE. Follow our coverage of breaking events in Kiev on VICE News.

All photos by Donald Weber/VII Photo

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Melchior Tersen is a 23-year-old photographer living in Paris. In his own words, he describes his photographs as “strange or unhealthy.”  Tersen says he is often inspired by music and “esotericism.” He has an impulsive process, saying his work has “no premeditation. Fuck the world!”
Mauvais Appetit

Melchior Tersen is a 23-year-old photographer living in Paris. In his own words, he describes his photographs as “strange or unhealthy.”  Tersen says he is often inspired by music and “esotericism.” He has an impulsive process, saying his work has “no premeditation. Fuck the world!”

Mauvais Appetit

Yumiko Utsu’s latest book, Rose Window, published by heuristic + artbeat, is only sold in Japan, but you can get it at shop.heuristic.com. The photos here are previously unpublished outtakes from 2009’s Out of Ark.
Fusiforms

Yumiko Utsu’s latest book, Rose Window, published by heuristic + artbeat, is only sold in Japan, but you can get it at shop.heuristic.com. The photos here are previously unpublished outtakes from 2009’s Out of Ark.

Fusiforms