A sign stuck on the front of One Commercial Street London is a landmark of inequality. The top tenth of the city’s workers earn around four and a half times as much as the bottom tenth, a bigger divide than anywhere else in the UK, and that latter group are being pushed out of their homes to make way for new luxury flats marketed to people who will never live in them.
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People peer up at a drone in Alexandra Park (All photos by Henry Wilkins) The below is a short piece of speculative fiction inspired by Henry Wilkins' photography project "Look Up: Reacting to Drones in the Urban Environment", which you can read about in more depth here.
Photo via The Flat Earth Society's Flickr In 1881, English writer Samuel Rowbotham published Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe – a 430-page book in which he affirmed that Earth is flat.
Babs “Fuck Africa,” snarls the young Moroccan kid as he pushes past the café table, spitting on the ground and sticking his middle finger up at my Senegalese translator, Babs.
All photos by Karl Hess The man offering me the rocket-propelled grenade launcher was nodding and smiling broadly, waiting for my reply.
Always interested in crime and justice, Christopher Nolan’s first film (a whole seven years before he made Batman Begins) is a curious black and white head-scratcher about a writer who, obsessed with following people, subsequently gets caught up in a life of crime.
This picture originally appeared in the 2014 VICE photo issue. PUD, 2014 Dashwood books recently published volume one of what will become a trilogy of books called PUD by Jason Nocito.
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Obama campaign manager-turned-corporate-salesman David Plouffe at the Chicago headquarters in 2011. Photo by Christopher Dilts via Flickr user Barack Obama Uber has been making waves for a while now.
Photos by Michael Winters unless otherwise noted It was just after dark when Michael Martin, 56, was walking back to his home in New Orleans’ Marigny neighborhood, after helping a friend move.