The history of photography, as told through the best photographs to have graced the pages of Vice Magazine. We hear the coffee table book is as arousing as a double shot espresso.
The Vice Photo Book is a compilation of ten year’s worth of editorials, fashion spreads and photo stories from the famously irreverent, free magazine. Obviously, most of them are analogue.
The 336 pages feature the likes of wunderkind photographer Ryan McGinley and the late Polaroid junkie Dash Snow.
And here is where I leave you with a surprisingly innocent pair (by Vice standards) care of Angela Boatwright.