five times handbags were elevated to art, literally
The humble accessory has often been a muse to great artists.
how the radical beauty project is challenging misconceptions around down's syndrome
Through conceptual beauty shoots with renowned art and fashion photographers.
what it's like to be black and lgbtq in brazil
Brazil is already the most dangerous country in the world to be transgender, and a bigot is poised to become president. Ahead of this weekend's landmark election, i-D meets the artists who want better.
lexie smith makes intimate art from bread
Meet the artist challenging the narrative on gluten with her thoughtful creations.
makoto egashira's trippy floral blanket rooms are a minimalist's nightmare
The Tokyo-based artist's elaborate installations are a fuzzy, kitschy clash of eastern and western culture.
basquiat is in the spotlight at the fondation louis vuitton
The exhibition hangs his work alongside that of Egon Schiele.
troye sivan teams up with charli xcx and other local music you need to hear
Our favourite new music from Australia and New Zealand in one curated list.
harmony korine's new art show is an ode to vhs tapes
'BLOCKBUSTER' is inspired by the dusty video rental store next door to Korine's favorite Taco Bell. But it's not about nostalgia, he tells i-D. He just hopes it makes you feel good.
tiffany & co are championing the next generation of young british artists
The jeweller’s Studiomakers Prize provides a year long rent free studio to seven winning graduates.
the carters in the louvre: the medicis of 2018?
We went on the museum's new "Beyoncé trail" to find out.
after emin: photos of young british artists' beds
Two decades after Tracey Emin's 'My Bed', we glance back at it via current young artists' bedrooms.
who was street artist richard hambleton?
Dubbed by many as "The Godfather of Street Art", why did Richard Hambleton never reach the same levels of fame as Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat?
© 2019 i-D Magazine
Watch more from i-D
© 2019 i-D Magazine