watch the world’s first tyshawn jones documentary
Get the lowdown on the life of New York City’s skateboarding king.
tyshawn jones is skateboarding's new superstar
He's the Skater of the Year, the face of Supreme, has a line of signature Adidas trainers and now he's on the cover of i-D. Meet the coolest skateboarder in NYC.
skateboarder alexis sablone on her history-making career
As a member of the inaugural US Olympic skateboarding team she continues her efforts to bring more visibility to female skaters.
meet paris's new generation of skaters
As skateboarding's somewhat controversial debut at the 2020 Olympics approaches, we caught up with some of the kids rolling on the streets of the French capital.
inside california's queer skating scene
Magda Wosinska documents the changing face of skater culture in America with a new photography series and short film.
illegal civilization is more than just an l.a. skate crew
Meet founder Mikey Alfred, as he tells i-D about touring with Tyler, the Creator, producing 'Mid90s' with Jonah Hill, and organizing IC's first music festival.
skating in lagos with the wafflesncream crew
WNC is a skate company and clothing brand, cut from a similar cloth as Supreme or Palace but run through with a Nigerian ethos and POV.
william strobeck’s new supreme skate film 'blessed' is a masterpiece
We chat to the filmmaker about his skateboarding magnum opus three years in the making.
palace are opening a store in tokyo
And they’re celebrating with a sp00ky ad featuring ‘Mid90s’ director Jonah Hill.
jonah hill made a playlist for his coming of age skate film, mid90s
Featuring A Tribe Called Quest, Pixies, Nirvana, Misfits, The Pharcyde and all the faves.
this short film explores lgbtq bias in the skateboarding community
We sat down with the film’s creator, NYC artist and photographer Tom Kneller, to talk about the experience of being an openly gay skater.
the supreme x nan goldin collab is receiving the worst reaction from transphobic hypebros
Last Friday, Supreme dropped its collaboration with legendary photography Nan Goldin. A week on, it seems some transphobic hypebeasts still aren’t over it.