valentino wears its heart on its sleeve
Pierpaolo Piccioli collaborates with four poets for autumn/winter 19 to celebrate love.
planetarium is a short film celebrating the radical power of women
Liv Colliander and David Henry Gerson’s fantastical visual, narrated by Maripol, breathes new life into Adrienne Rich’s feminist poem.
francisca silva tattoos love poems to her wife abroad
Her minimal tattoo-poems engage with themes of queer love, sex, and separation.
notes on being a woman
this teenage poet perfectly articulates what it means to be a girl
From always listening to her aunties, to the advice she’d give to her son, Abondance Matanda offers her notes on being a woman.
“to deny my people is to deny peace itself, period” – reem kawasmi
As part of 18-year-old Palestinian artist Shukri Lawrence’s Peace Week takeover, he asked his friend Reem Kawasmi to share a poem that hopes for freedom and harmony.
feminist artist jessica yatrofsky wrote her first poetry book in 72 hours
The artist's new work 'Pink Privacy' is a revelatory approach to the form.
the cult of rupi kaur
How the poet is selling out venues across the world, with help from her nearly two million Instagram followers.
the sounding off issue
i-D’s music class of 2018: isaiah hull
Each hailing from outside London, this year’s class bring the noise from Dublin to Dorset. Tune in and turn up, because we listened to the future and it sounds like this.
5 new gen poets breathing life into poetry
Roses are red, violets are blue, if you thought poetry was dead, shame on you!
Sarah Roselle Khan
bunny rogers wants you to know she 'acknowledges your hurt'
In her intimate solo show at the Whitney Museum, the artist meditates on mourning, with help from an MTV cartoon character and the 'Cats' soundtrack.
kojey radical is keeping poetry alive through rap
We caught up with the rising London star about politics and poetry — because what else are you going to talk about in 2017?
the powerful young poet harnessing words for a revolution
KiNG, featured in the Gurls Talk film series, speaks on Beyonce, why her art has to be political and what liberation really means.
Clementine de Pressigny