surreal photos of strangers and lovers in a paris hotel
No. 223 (aka Lin Zhipeng) took over the Hôtel Grand Amour for three days, capturing models he found on Instagram — "All Asians. And older than 18!" -- in playfully erotic posts.
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the kids of castlemaine, straight up
Teenagers sound off on the pros and cons of growing up in the country.
li hui’s evocative photos of sun-drenched youth
The Chinese photographer captures her friends (and fruit) in fleeting moments of intimacy.
15 young creatives on what it means to be an ‘emerging artist’
Photographer Joshua Aronson's new series — feauturing emerging Gen-Z creatives including Arvida Byström, Tyler Mitchell, and Flynn McGarry — asks what it means to be emerging.
meet i-D's australian class of 2018
In partnership with Gucci, we’re celebrating the young Australians who are using their talents to define a generation.
what is it with everyone getting married so young?
For starters, it’s a good way of pissing off your mum and dad.
photographs of the last year before teenagehood
Photographer Hollie Fernando spent a year photographing her 12-year-old brother.
young people make the world go round
Photography power duo WARD + KWESKIN hone in on a bunch of bright young creatives dreaming of a better future. Read on to find out what they want (gun reform), who gives them hope (friends) and their pick for the voice of our generation (Cardi B).
photography that articulates the languor of youth
Jacob John Harmer shoots a story about the frustration of being “old enough to explore the pleasures that adulthood brings, but not experienced enough to handle the consequences”.
youth in revolt
From anti-Trump protests to hanging out in the city, Gray Sorrenti documents life growing up in New York in 2018.
the next gen of la creatives
As an LA native, it figures that photographer Richard Ramirez Jr. knows how to take a good shot of his fellow valley dwellers. He sent us some sun drenched snaps of his angelic crew, and we grilled them about what else is good in LA besides the $1 tacos.
photographing queer youth culture in regional spaces
In their latest series, Jonno Revanche explores unseen LGBTQ+ experiences in country Australia. "I'm in awe of people thriving under difficult conditions and circumstances," they say, "of people finding connection and understanding and empathy in a...
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