From Odd Future to Scanning Body Parts, Vice Magazine is Offbeat and Gritty

By: Jordan Sowunmi - Published: Jun 16, 2011
It is no secret that Vice Magazine is responsible for creating some of the most subversive and influential photoshoots and features in contemporary pop culture.

By existing outside of the watchful eye of the mainstream media, Vice Magazine is now established as the original property of a brand that has developed into a multi-million dollar business that also includes a record label, an Online television channel, and a show on MTV.

This collection of features does a good job of proving that Vice Magazine is still the arbiter of avant-garde for Generation Y. Some of the shots in this collection include Terry Richardson’s memorable shots of the Odd Future gang, soaking wet t-shirt editorials and even some office workers placing their private parts over the copy machine.