AMKMQ is the artist advocating for Black African women’s right to be loud
Living in West Africa, the UK and the US, she’s constantly had to negotiate her identity with local prejudices and expectations. Now, she’s creating space for her authentic self through art.
discover eboy, the 90s net art collective that inspired comme des garçons
Rei Kawakubo’s most recent collection pulled from the group’s archives of pixelated cities.
meet @ilovebrucewillis, the margot tenenbaum of instagram
i-D caught up with the enigmatic online artist to talk about the joys of confusing your audience.
performing ourselves: revisiting dorm daze with ed fornieles
Witchcraft, teen suicide, repressed homosexuality, love triangles, psychedelic drug parties in the woods… it can only be dorm days.
byob: the exhibition projecting digital art worldwide
i-D writer and Brainchild Festival art director, Lily Bonesso, discusses the perfect platform for digital art.
meet the digital artist making important work on an iphone called big sexy
Casey Kauffmann’s Instagram collages expand the parameters of traditional art and show how the internet has democratised the creative world.
caroline goldfarb is building an empire out of glitter and a love for z-list celebrities
“When I hear Tori Spelling, my brain goes into the space where it’s like, ‘That’s important! Write this down!’”
what’s happening to internet art?
With new landmark exhibitions on digital art and data at Whitechapel Gallery and Somerset House in London, what’s changing with digital art as it moves from the web to the gallery?
daata editions and digital art's commercial future
We speak to David Gryn of Daata Editions about creating a viable vehicle for selling art online, as the platform releases its newest collection of artworks to the public.
petra cortright's digital exotic fantasyland
As her latest exhibition opens in Los Angeles, i-D catches up with the artist to discuss the fertile inspirations of the Internet.
gif us a kiss as we fall in love with internet artist margot bowman
Making the strange beautiful and the imagined real, internet artist Margot Bowman casts us under her spell with her wonderful web wizardry.