The tattoo artists healing our invisible wounds
Getting a tattoo has always been an act of reclamation. But now more than ever, we are processing collective trauma through bodily transformation.
Ending WFH could be ‘illegal’
Is the Internet's obsession with the 'hot girl' vaccine problematic?
In the midst of a vaccine rollout to combat a global health crisis, the Internet asks — which one is for hot girls?
New York artists on their hopes and fears of returning to 'normal'
The most social city on Earth is resocialising, but why is everyone still so anxious?
Strap in, we’re living in the Croc epoch
A cursed shoe for a cursed era.
A new art show explores the feeling of being together
In 'The Privilege of Getting Together', a handful of rising artists respond to themes prescient to the pandemic.
Almost a quarter of Gen Z and millennials won’t get the vaccine, says this new study
Cannot emphasise this enough: You should get the vaccine.
How you responded to the pandemic is linked to your personality type
Have you felt happier during lockdown? Stress levels improved? A new study suggests that's connected to whether you're an introvert or extravert.
Could pubs really ban you from drinking if you haven't been vaccinated this summer?
No jab, no pints... sorry babe.
How Instagram is changing the grieving process
In the time of Zoom funerals and limited social contact, grieving young people are turning to dedicated communities online to process loss.
How vaccinations are changing dating, hookup culture and ‘safe’ sex
Young, fun and full of Pfizer, i-D talks to vaccinated 20-somethings about what their sex lives look like after a 12-month dry spell.
How realistic is the idea of going to festivals this summer?
As Primavera becomes the latest festi to confirm their corona cancellation, our initial wave of post-lockdown optimism is fading fast.