In 1997, photographer Jane Hilton set out to document empty Vegas wedding chapels which, viewed in isolation, become both eerie and absurd.
In her new project, The Springs, photographer Hayley Austin peeks beneath the neon façade of Sin City.
Photographer Hunter Barnes shoots the heroes of Las Vegas’ hedonistic heyday – from showgirls and lounge singers, to imposing, Scorsesian casino bosses.
Touching down just days after last year’s tragic massacre, photographer Jane Hilton was exposed to a surreal new side of Sin City.
Huck heads to The Killers’ bassist Mark Stoermer’s Nevada home to talk going it alone, life in Las Vegas, and the endless search for creative fulfilment.
Pamela Littky captures the people and scenes of Baker and Beatty – two in-between American roadside cities on opposite ends of one of the world’s hottest deserts.
There is a world beneath Las Vegas, forged from tunnels and underground lairs, that speaks of America’s tattered dream.
Life in the tunnels and underground lairs of Las Vegas.