People from all sectors of UK society getting absolutely wasted.
Bob Mazzer has more than three decades of photos of people on the Tube. People are strange and they always have been.
Cats, cats, cats and cats. All the way through: cats.
It's too easy to cheat when taking photos these days. Here are some shots that are incredible all on their own.
Stark and depressing images taken throughout Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan. Post-Soviet life can be rough.
Disasters never looked so inviting.
If you think a muesli bar is 'healthy' you're a complete moron.
Meet Snowbombing's sexy sister: Transition Snow. Who's in?
Podavini captures the bleakness of humanity across multiple time zones.
Twelve years, thousands of photos and a banging headache: GOD LISTENS TO SLAYER.
Another excellent reason to stay the hell away from the water.
Matt Black takes the bleakest glance at California's crushing 4-year-long drought.
This man eats dead rats on the streets of Greenock.
From Papua New Guinea to Bangladesh, Brent Stirton captures humanity at its most impressive.
Behind the scenes of the hermit kingdom.
And of course, Sick Chirpse will be there throwing our biggest party yet.
Christian Hopkins suffers from depression and attempts to turn his feelings into art. And it's sinister.
Spark up and get involved.
Introducing the biggest greenhouse ever built. Could this be the worst place to work on Earth?
Bleak photographs of Mexico's African community. Life is a struggle.
For some reason there's nothing creepier than an amusement park without any humans in it.
Txema Salvans documents the loneliness.
The Middle East has no shortage of kick ass street artists.
Terror-filled scenes of abduction, violence and prostitution.
John Maloof came across one of the most impressive street photography photo sets of all time. Totally by mistake. Win.
Nick Hedge's depressing photos of poverty in The UK make sobering viewing. But have we come so far?
Cecil the lion is just the tip of a very, very depressing iceberg.
There are only ever four real explanations for UFO sightings, and I'm guessing this one will fit into one of them...
Zahir Batin has recently released a series of photos titled "intruders". He's mixed two things together which I'm a massive fan of:...
Lean in for a kiss ladies and gents.