If, like us, you’ve always wanted a Norwegian musical hybrid of MØ and Adele, you’re in for a right treat.
Bay Area-based artist and zine master Jeffrey Cheung is creating a rainbow coalition of riders. He wants you to join the Unity crew, too.
In anticipation of his upcoming early career retrospective at MCA Denver, 'The Kids Were All Right,' Ryan McGinley selects eight photographs of personal importance.
Frances oozes the kind of give-a-fuck attitude that most rock stars spend their entire lives trying to perfect. She marches to the beat of her own drum, and we commend that. In fact, we noticed it the first time we met her, way back in 2006.
The Tennessee teen talks to i-D about the power of words in this strange new world.
‘Drawn Together’ — the pioneering couple’s newest exhibition — spans over four decades of their confessional, collaborative comics. Here, we catch up about gender politics in the hippie culture, and the power of next generation graphic artists.
Photographer Devyn Galindo shares portraits from her outstanding debut book, which documents the communities and cultural connections forged by a new generation of Mexican-Americans.
We speak to 'The OA’'s co-creator Brit Marling about creating the most anticipated, exciting, and rule-breaking Netflix show of the year.
During her 10 day residency at the Whitney Museum, we meet the visual artist to talk about the vibrant, invisible energy that connects us.
'He digs into your soul and finds the essence. That is his magic,' the Kansas beauty says of the photographer who spent a year capturing her essence and soul.
Invited to Paris by Chanel for the house's Métiers d'Art show, the outspoken Disney star met us to discuss how her generation is finding its voice.
As she opens a group show at David Castillo Gallery in Miami, the US artist-curator talks collaboration, the African diaspora, and the political act of art making.
The Hungarian photographer discusses his eye for peculiarity and evoking the awkward charm of human connection through his lens.
Basquiat’s painting Defacement dealt with the death of fellow graffiti artist Michael Stewart at the hands of NYC police in 1983. A new project by Chaedria LaBouvier, who lost her brother to police violence, puts the painting center stage again.
Ahead of the release of her debut EP in February 2017, we sit down with the 22-year-old singer-songwriter to ask her questions that make her think, laugh, and open up.
Following the premiere of their Nick Knight-supported fashion film 'Outlaw 2,' the Russian designers discuss how to define post-Soviet culture and creativity.
We speak to trailblazing artist Reuel Lara about divas, diversity, and deconstructing societal norms.
Ahead of its U.K. release next year, the Tel Aviv-born, New York-based director invites us deep inside her cathartic and hypnotic exploration of love.