For the new issue of i-D, we teamed with British photographer Tim Walker to celebrate just some of the brilliant, inspiring young minds and talent working in London today.
On Sunday, i-D invited Boy Better Know’s JME to have a chat with Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour party and the only man who stands between the country and five more years of Tory government. The two met on a sunny Sunday afternoon at Spoke, a café in Islington, the constituency where Mr. Corbyn has been MP since 1983. The meeting followed exchanges between the two on Twitter, with JME among a number of MCs – including i-D cover star Stormzy, Novelist and Akala – to lend the Labour leader their support. Over a sparkling water, the two chatted grime, youth engagement, and the need to make your voice heard; it sees the pair trading thoughts on Corbyn’s unpopularity among some of his Labour party peers and why young people voting is more vital than ever before. Watch the film above, and if you haven’t already, register to vote!
In 2016, being creatively inclined isn’t just a toll on your bank balance, it’s a weight on your conscience; we talk to young people across the UK about the guilt that goes with doing what you love.
As one of The Sandman creator’s short stories is adapted for Sky Arts, follow us into the mind of the graphic novel icon.
We look at the work of The Hospital Rooms, a new charity commissioning world-class contemporary artists to renovate mental health wards in hospitals with museum quality site specific artworks
Whether you’re born and bred in the Big Smoke or just passing through, even if you’ve been priced out by gentrification, and forced to thrive somewhere else, it doesn’t matter, because in 2015 being a Londoner is no longer about where you live, it’s all a