'kalifornia kool' documents san fran's unruly punk scene in the 70s
Legendary photographer Ruby Ray shares the crazy stories behind the photos in her new book.
total luxury spa is using streetwear to uplift their community
i-D talks to Daniel DeSure and Hassan Rahim about building one of LA's coolest brands.
peek inside the new indie zine fair celebrating free thought and diy
The Ozone Exchange - an event blurring the lines between exhibition, installation and market stall - will celebrate the work of an array of Australia's forward-thinking designers, artists, DJs and creatives.
40 years of iconic 'playboy' ads reveal a lot about masculinity
With her visual essay 'Boy', French artist Sarah Vadé looks at the iconic publication through a feminist lens.
Malou Briand Rautenberg
softies is the radical arts zine that speaks for the creative voices previously silenced
Frustrated by a lack of art and poetry publications for anyone other than cis, white, able-bodied men and women, editors Tierra Ouellette, a woman of colour, and Taylor McGinnis, a trans individual, created a space where they finally felt comfortable.
Tierra Ouellette and Taylor McGinnis
'pansy beat' zine captured the 80s east village queer scene
And had a fierce comic strip starring Lady Bunny and RuPaul.
an ultra sneaky peek at your favourite zine, mushpit
Welcome to issue 10, baby.
fka twigs just debuted issue two of her instagram zine
It's also your first look at her silky new merch.
"girls like us" magazine is imagining alternative futures for young women
Profiling pioneers like Juliana Huxtable and Chris Kraus, the small-press publication is capturing our social justice zeitgeist.
girlgaze galvanises the revolution with their willow smith-fronted zine
With contributions from trans activist Jazz Jennings to renown photojournalist Lynsey Addario, make way for the zine of the future.
female football fans are just as fanatic as the lads
And this zine is out to prove it.
selfies from the inside - a new zine is documenting the lives of young prisoners
The reality of life for Britain’s young prisoners will be exposed in a photo zine published later this year, at a time when violence, understaffing and budget cuts have created a crisis so urgent that it’s been suggested the army might be sent into jails.