Religion

Culture

how our online world is changing what it means to be a muslim in 2019

i-D talks to Hussein Kesvani, author of a new book that explores the online world of memes, influencers, Muslim dating apps and alt-right Islamophobes.
Greg French
5.30.19
straight ups

young parisians reflect on the notre-dame fire

"400 million in donations to rebuild it — where’s it coming from?! Are they printing new money? There are people starving — fuck, give them the money!"
Matthieu Foucher
4.19.19
Photography

what does it mean to be queer?

"Well, queer in the Oxford Dictionary stands for 'odd', and I like that."
Jozef Wright
12.4.18
Fashion

meet the designer creating fashion-forward, experimental hijabs

Kallol Datta is reimagining the religious veil.
Mahmood Fazal
6.5.18
Fashion

the pope wears prada slippers: a history of fashion’s obsession with religion

Why do so many designers use religion in their collections when it so easily causes offense?
Felix Petty
5.8.18
think piece

how the hijab went from religious garment to identity marker

For many young Muslim women hijabs aren’t just about faith, they’re about individuality and style.
Zoya Patel
3.31.16
Culture

exploring the pain of religious exile with a camera

Bar Mayer explores her rejection of Ultra-Orthodox Judaism by photographing the vulnerability of others who have abandoned belief.
Livia Albeck-Ripka
11.19.15
Culture

eight young muslim creatives discuss how their faith affects their work

As Islamic communities continue to be vilified, we ask young Muslims to discuss their faith, the media and Islamophobia effects them.
Benjamin Barron
6.19.15
Culture

meet ada karczmarczyk, the world’s first evangelical polish pop star

We catch up with the artist blending high mass rituals with trippy LSD-visuals to find out why Catholicism needs contemporary art and Katy Perry.
Emily Manning
6.18.15
Culture

performance artist, david hoyle, prophesises the future of religion, politics, and gender definitions

We ask divine David how we can survive on a planet of perpetual war.
Cliff Joannou
4.20.15