united states of i-D
Black Sand is the California surf crew fighting for justice on the water
Brick, Gage and Tre’lan met through their mutual love of surfing. Now they’re determined to change the status quo of LA’s white-washed surf culture.
20 years of Dogtown and Z-Boys: “It documented a revolution.”
In the mid-70s, a group of California kids changed skateboarding forever. Here, they discuss life since the cult 2001 doc that told their story.
Mimi Plumb captures the beauty of growing up in 1970s suburban California
“We wandered around the Walnut Festival, hiding in corners, smoking cigarettes, looking for stuff to do."
Watch Inner Wave's new dreamy desert music video
The LA-based indie rockers premiere the surreal visual for Oof, shot by Phillip Youmans.
Wilbert L. Cooper
these latinx artists used protest posters as a vibrant form of resistance
A new show explores the work that came out of East LA's Self Help Graphics Studio.
photographer colin dodgson invites the public into his childhood home for a new exhibit
The i-D collaborator returns to Oxnard, California for 'Open House,' starting September 1.
california has become the first state to ban discrimination based on natural hair
In a landmark bill, the state has prohibited employers from enforcing rules that disproportionately impact black Americans.
america's real 'savages' were presidents, generals, priests, and, yes, even nuns
How Native Americans were systematically stripped of their culture, and why it's invaluable that the youth reconnect.
california joins the fight against hair discrimination
A proposed bill known as the 'Crown Act' would finally make discriminatory grooming rules illegal.
if you're into extravagant vintage you'll love this account
Aside from Saint Laurent, Stacey Nishimoto has a handful of brands she’s combing the outer recesses of the internet for.
my year in photos... by olivia bee
Capturing house parties in Portland to roadtrips across California, Olivia Bee's hazy images are soaked in youthful Americana.
the i-D guide to los angeles
From relaxing to juicing, drugs to supermarkets, and yes, tacos and driving, lose yourself in the hyperreal beauty and surreal fantasy of Los Angeles.