Slate’s Favorite Photo Illustrations of 2014
Slate Illustrated, 2014Our favorite illustrations of the year.
Take It to the Street!Photos of public actions this week, worldwide
The Best Slate Covers of 2013The best covers of the year.
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Hurricane Sandy's AftermathIt's worse than you think. Photos of the devastation.
Hurricane Sandy Pounds Into Atlantic CityPhotos of the storm's wave of destruction as it reaches land.
East Coast Braces for Hurricane Sandy
An Incredibly Bizarre Beauty Product Quiz in Honor of Lady Gaga’s New Perfume
What’s That Enormous Grandma Face Doing on That Wall?Without waiting for permission, JR turns conflict zones into art galleries.
Actors’ and Models’ Invisible Ink: A Look at the Tattoos That Brands Airbrush Away
It’s a Bird, It’s a Double Plane … No It’s Space Shuttle Enterprise Flying Over NYC
The Art of Record Store Browsing
The Mystery of the Little Norwegian ChessmenA new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art showcases strange and charming chess pieces from the Middle Ages.
The Best Slate Covers of 2014Slate’s designers make their selection from the home page top shelf.
Protest NationFor a second night, demonstrators march in the streets of Ferguson and several other cities across the U.S.
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Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013A life in photographs.
Slate Illustrated, 2012The best illustrations of the year.
Flooded, Darkened New YorkPhotos of Sandy's destruction in Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn
The Deluge BeginsEdge of Hurricane Sandy floods the Eastern Seaboard.
The Murals of Obama’s First TermSometimes the president is a preacher; sometimes he looks Latino.
The Best Photos of Mars Since Curiosity’s LandingA look at the barren landscape where water once flowed.
How Accurately Does Hollywood Age Actors?
Snapshots From America’s Wars
How To Spice Up a Dull Landscape Painting: Put a Monster On It
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Maurizio Cattelan Is the Art World’s Greatest Prankster. But Is the Joke on Us?
Say Cheese, Mr. PresidentA new traveling exhibit highlights the most captivating presidential photography of the past 50 years.