has the internet helped breed a new generation of queerphobia?
Study finds Gen Zers have the most negative attitudes to LGBTQ+ people
yeule finds herself on her celestial debut album
Artist Nat Ćmiel has expanded her heavenly video game-influenced sound to cinematic proportions on 'Serotonin II.'
how 'sadfishing' became our favourite coping mechanism
Far from being just a way of seeking attention, venting on social media is a way of reaching out across the void and forging a support network.
how gay tiktok became gay tumblr for gen z
After the blogging platform banned NSFW content, queer young people turned to the popular app to express themselves.
Rachel Charlene Lewis
this artist paints the private and public personas of her friends
By painting her subjects in two poses, Kim Hyunji's life-size portraits capture the duality of a generation.
these women turned gross unwanted dms into a zine
'You Were Always Online' is a female-lead digital zine made from crowdsourced screenshots of online abuse.
tom galle turns everyday procrastinations into meme art
Nike logo knives and flip flops made from iPhone packaging: welcome to the digital world of Tom Galle.
remembering the golden age of the queer internet
In the pre-social media age a whole world of sites served as an entry point into identity and sexual discovery, a gathering place for queer young people who were closeted, feeling trapped in rural areas, or just looking to chat.
we tested the internet’s scariest beauty products
We asked a bunch of i-D friends to test out the most bizarre beauty products we were able to buy online for anything between £2 and £20.
a guide to forgotten internet heroes
Tell me here, where are you now that I need ya?
self harm can be digital too
The virtual world is increasingly the place self-harmers go to hurt themselves.
instagram have finally revealed the algorithm that dictates what you see first
But really we just want chronological order.