Culture

Opinion

What Frutiger Aero teaches us about niche internet aesthetics

The TikTok revival of this post-Y2K microtrend tells us a lot about our fraught relationship with modern technology.
Michelle Santiago Cortés
4 days ago
Art

The artist creating live portraits of his muses

In his new exhibition, 'Walk-ins', Drake Carr tests his own endurance.
Finn Blythe
1.24.23
Photography

Photos of a scorching hot British summer by the sea

Sophie Green photographed people having fun against a crumbling post-industrial landscape.
Emma Russell
1.24.23
Art

The anime-inspired artist pushing bodies beyond their limits

A satire of hyper-sexualised representations of women, Motoko Ishibashi's work comments on our obsession with bodily exaggeration.
Sam Moore
1.20.23
Photography

Photographing the real Miami, beyond the decadence of South Beach

In 'Homestead', Giovanni Mourin turns his lens towards his Cuban roots.
E.R. Pulgar
1.19.23
Culture

Why is Scream's Ghostface in so much OnlyFans porn?

As the chaotic, flirty killer of the iconic slasher movies returns in Scream VI, we investigate the recent rise in NSFW Ghostface content online.
Tom George
1.19.23
Culture

Bret Easton Ellis on Bret Easton Ellis

As the ‘American Psycho’ author publishes his latest novel 'The Shards', he reflects on various controversies – and Lydia Tár.
Barry Pierce
1.18.23
Film

5 Haruki Murakami adaptations you need to watch

Traverse the Murakami-verse ahead of the release of new animation 'Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman'.
James Balmont
1.10.23
Culture

How the New Romantics shaped London's cultural scene

In the grey days of Thatcherite Britain, a colourful group of nocturnal peacocks blazed a trail for contemporary queer culture and nightlife.
i-D Staff
1.3.23
Culture

Porn history and Brainwyrms: i-D’s alt reading list for 2023

From experimental novels about horse trainers to reimaginings of Andy Warhol’s New York, here are some indie picks for the year ahead.
Barry Pierce
1.3.23
Art

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.
Ashley Tyner
12.23.22
Culture

Thomas Doherty isn’t trying to be Chuck Bass

The 27-year-old ‘Gossip Girl’ actor talks work ethic, polyamory and living up to the legacy of the original show.
Lexi McMenamin
12.23.22
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