The New Wave Issue
The biodiversity foundation hacking the fashion and art world
Working with brands such as Burberry and Salomon, DEEP collect data on the planet's ecosystems to bring about radical, grassroots change.
The Summer! Issue
Photographing the stunning threatened habitats of Patagonia
Colin Dodgson's book '100% (Ciento por Ciento)' documents the Argentinian landscape and the environmental groups protecting it.
The Summer! Issue
The New York-based collective teaching local Black kids to surf
Non-profit Laru Beya is showing the next generation in Far Rockway, Queens how to surf, swim and love the beach in their backyard.
Jenny Odell reimagines our relationship with time
In her new book, the author explores how our perception of time impacts the climate crisis, racial inequality and our appetite for the future.
Bologna's underground rave scene is fighting to survive
A new law from Italy's far-right coalition government means guerrilla rave organisers are facing prison sentences.
The New Yorkers fighting to protect Chinatown
Plans to build a billion-dollar mega-jail threaten a neighbourhood that's been a safe haven for Chinese immigrants since the 1870s.
Model Wali Deutsch on decarceration and advocacy for people in prison
Get to know i-D's latest cover star, and how the 25-year-old model on the rise is using their platform to support prison reform in Illinois.
Voicemails celebrating the birthdays of loved ones lost to police brutality
Mohammad Gorjestani’s digital voicemail project, “1-800 Happy Birthday,” has evolved into an immersive installation in Brooklyn.
The queer Russian photographer who made global headlines in the 90s
Slava Mogutin left Siberia at 14 and became a prominent LGBTQ activist before such a term was commonplace.
The São Paulo protesters fighting for the future of Brazilian democracy
Photos of rallies for left-wing politician Lula, Brazil's new president, who toppled the right-wing Bolsonaro government in this weekend's election.
Photographing the women of the Black Panther Party
In a new book, Stephen Shames chronicles the vital but overlooked contributions of Black women in the movement.
A New York exhibition remembers “The Hell Lady of the Bronx”
The Centennial Celebration is devoted to Dr. Evelina López Antonetty, an educator, organiser and activist who fearlessly spoke truth to power.