HEY YOU! Do you have an insane, gross, weird AF party trick? We want YOU! VICE is looking for New Yorkers who can perform the craziest tricks with their bodies to show to the hosts of our exciting new show. The weirder the better. Get in touch with us now so we can explain it all: email@example.com.
The search for the turd burglar is on in the explosive new 'American Vandal' trailer. 💩💩💩 Watch the trailer at our link in bio— tap the link in bio, then tap the pic.
The Bay Area of Northern California is well on its way to becoming a bewitching hellhole in which it’s actually impossible to eke out a living. During the Obama years, the exploding professional workforce—often white and male—invaded the city’s hippest, cheapest, and (unsurprisingly) largely-minority areas, pricing out residents who lived there before “the change”—of which the Mission is perhaps the prime example. It was a slow-moving land grab, kind of like The Blob but with Ray-Ban glasses, aided by the financial incentives of landlord-ship and the city’s own policies to lure the money (but, evidently, not the “trickle down”) of Big Tech. The result? A bizarre metropolis where, in the most extreme cases, public-school teachers have gone homeless and people have rented out literal wooden boxes in friends’ apartments when they weren't paying hefty sums for tiny structures erected in someone's backyard. OK, but let’s say you just have to live here? VICE contributor Rick Paulas wrote a guide explaining how people who aren't extremely wealthy can actually afford to live in the Bay Area. Link in bio. 🎨: @liakantrowitz
A man fell into this massive, fake-looking hole at an art museum in Portugal, literally descending into Anish Kapoor's "Descent into Limbo." 🕳 Link in bio for more details.
tuesday feeling 😧🗯 From the comic 'Dread' by Line Hoj Hostrup, published in VICE. 🖌🎨 Read the full comic at our link in bio.
@donaldjtrumpjr is almost—almost—a tragic figure, an unloved son who is blindly loyal to his father. He's widely mocked, his marriage fell apart amid a storm of bad press, and his father reportedly thinks he broke the law by accident. It's enough to make you feel bad for him, until you remember who he is and what he stands for. In keeping with his sad boy brand, Don Jr. is also an avid user of social media, where he posts literal fake news and defends his father's honor at all costs. Tap the link in bio to read our deep dive into the sad ballad of Jr.’s Instagram acccount.