Here's what it's like to be a teenager in Berlin today
In the latest installment of our '1616' series, i-D hits the German capital to meet the 16-year-olds making their mark on the city today.
This Kurdish sneakerhead turns old kicks into futuristic outfits
Berlin designer All Amin - aka @haramwithsugar - gives worn-out shoes a sustainable second life.
How Browns is championing eco-conscious fashion in Berlin
The London store's pop-up in the German capital shone a light on the latest wave of environmentally conscious talent.
meet the creative mind behind this viral hair art on instagram
From aliens to flames, Janina Zais is using heads as her canvas.
the berliners of atonal 2019 soak up the last moments of summer
We went down to the Berlin festival to meet the revellers enjoying the music and sunshine.
what's behind our fascination with the clubs of berlin?
A new exhibition ‘No Photos on the Dance Floor! Berlin 1989–Today’’ is showing 30 years of club culture in the capital of rave.
a mix to get you in the mood for berlin atonal, by pavel milyakov
Ahead of the experimental music festival this weekend, the Moscow producer also known as Buttechno made us this hypnotic stoner mix.
these provocative photos capture the spirit of berlin's youth
Photographer George Nebieridze shares the stories behind the images in his new book ''17.'
this hard techno mix from spfdj is a real life saver
The Berlin-based DJ knows how to set the mood for a proper party.
inside the 24-hour fashion festival taking over an abandoned berlin car park
Curated by Reference Studios and 032c, the open-to-all festival included ambitious immersive artworks by labels like Martine Rose, Alyx and Comme des Garçons.
exclusive: a first look at the new issue of techno zine 'borshch'
Your favourite underground electronic music magazine is celebrating the release of their fourth edition. In an excerpt from the cover story, DJ and producer object blue talks imposter syndrome.
fantasy is berlin's queer tattoo collective confronting toxic masculinity
The six person crew explains why art should be political and how being nice will change their industry.