this artist is tackling blackness and feminism through artful memes
How Rinny Perkins is using her 70s-inspired digital collages to talk intersectional feminism and self-care.
8 black women on how they're portrayed in pop culture
The books, movies, and TV shows that they most identify with; and the stereotypes that they don’t.
inside pansy, the men’s magazine challenging masculinity
Pansy is about not listening to your dad when he says you can't wear your flared, bedazzled hot pants.
these powerful self-portraits are about reclaiming your body after rape
How artist Ciarra K. Walters is using photography to talk about trauma.
super future kid turns your childhood into trippy neon paintings
Growing up in the Eastern Bloc, artist Super Future Kid didn't have access to the colourful cartoons the rest of us took for granted.
these photos challenge the body, blackness, and gender
Rikkí Wright’s ongoing series "SIS" is a deeply personal celebration of black sisterhood.
these rainbow-colored tattoos are like lisa frank on acid
Seattle-based tattoo artist Lolli tells i-D about her queer designs — from gay alien babes to Beyoncé in the Hogwarts Sorting Hat.
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these hand-poked tattoos are queer, feminist, and fat-friendly
Seattle-based tattoo artist MKNZ advocates for inclusivity through her tattoos.
ben evans's grotesque cartoons are subverting the gender binary
The artist explores his queerness in a new exhibition.
alice longyu gao is bringing harajuku style to times square
The performance artist’s pink AF pop-up is about celebrating differences. As 'PERICURA' opens this weekend, Alice talks to i-D about sexual identity, personal style, and why she's inspired by anger.
kate bellm's underwater photos are 'the virgin suicides' meets 'splash'
'Underwaterworld' explores the female form and freedom.
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