still queer as fuck: perfume genius sashays into pop
Ahead of his sold out London show at Heaven, i-D caught up with Mike Hadreas to talk about new album No Shape, calling on spirits and running away from ‘evil Trump babies’.
step into the surreal seaside world of rottingdean bazaar
James Theseus Buck and Luke Brooks’ label may be shaking up the London fashion scene, but they don’t work in the capital. i-D visited their studio in the seaside town they call home.
the wild world of radical performance artist and industrial music pioneer cosey fanni tutti
As a member of Throbbing Gristle, Cosey created industrial music, and as an artist she pushed the boundaries of public decency with performances and sex magazine works that nearly lost the ICA its funding. As her memoir Art Sex Music is released, i-D...
fatima al qadiri on the importance of protest, and why we must abolish prisons and police
Responding to the Black Lives Matter movement and the criminalisation of protest in western ‘democracies', Fatima’s latest album Brute was filled with darkness and despair. Since then, the Kuwaiti musician, visual artist and Future Brown member has...
dream wife’s isabella podpadec on the feminist power of reading tarot cards
Ahead of her art-Tarot exhibition with Polyester Zine and The Coven this Saturday night, Isabella tells i-D about her mother being a witch, why Tarot must represent diversity and what the future holds for us all.
exclusive clip: grace dunham reveals what’s underneath for stylelikeu’s new series
The poet and activist peels away the layers, discussing gender identity, the pitfalls of fame, their crowdsourcing app for queer, trans and gender nonconforming prisoners and why we must imagine a world without incarceration.
lynsey addario's photography has changed the way we see the world
Award-winning American photojournalist Lynsey Addario has survived being kidnapped twice and held at gunpoint three times to report on the human cost of war, and the unique experiences of women.
mykki blanco is the most compelling rapper of his generation
As he releases his debut album, Mykki Blanco tells i-D about his career so far - from starting out as a performance artist and the struggle of being unsigned, to his changing relationship with drag, how the stigma of HIV led him to quit music, and why...
talking power, anti-capitalist desire and female vampires with jenny hval
The Norwegian singer chats to i-D backstage in Barcelona as she swaps the beige ‘control’ pants and blonde wigs of Apocalypse, girl for bat-like black cloaks and uneasy desire of upcoming album Blood Bitch.
the live shows that changed tame impala’s life
From hecklers in small-town Perth bars to booking the slot before Adele at Glastonbury, by way of tripping out at a Flaming Lips gig in Japan and having a football singalong with a stadium of Argentinians, here are the live shows the shaped Kevin...
finding the imperfect perfect: artist kris ruhs and linck ceramics venture into the new
In a tale of intertwining love stories, the artist behind the iconic but insistently modern Milan boutique 10 Corso Como teams up with the third generation owner of the historic Swiss ceramics company Linck.
catching up with slow fashion: safia minney's ethical fashion revolution
i-D speak with the People Tree founder as she celebrates 25 years at the forefront of the ethical fashion industry in a new book, Slow Fashion, collecting industry wisdom from Caryn Frankin, Zandra Rhodes, Lily Cole, Livia Firth and many more.