The Vice Photo Book
VICE’s irreverence and determination not to kowtow to advertisers has led to an aesthetic that began simply as unique but has grown into a culture that has defined an entire epoch of underground photography. Whether it’s ex-cons showing how to make a shiv-proof vest out of National Geographics or the homeless garbage eaters in Bangladesh posing for a hipster fashion shoot,...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by VICE Books
(first published 2007)
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Not much to it. Its a photo-book, but if you're into photo-books/ photojournalism and/or documentary work, you will no doubt get something out of this book. Filled with pages from a magazine that is everything but subtle when it comes to presentation and subject matter, VICE compiles a mass of photos from their issues and couples them with some descriptions every-now-and-again to aid the story of the photos they accompany. It is broken up into sections (mostly by photographer) so it is easy to s...more