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Culture

Open your purse for Brooklyn's Black Lives Matter Sidewalk Sale

The bi-weekly event, started by Aaron Wiggs and friends, has seen all your favorites from Chloë Sevigny to Paloma Elsesser come together for the cause.
Paige Silveria
a day ago
Culture

Cardi B: "The conservatives keep talking and the numbers keep going up"

The rapper on spending $100,000 on corona tests, conservative reactions to her 'WAP' lyrics, and opening up about insecurities on her new OnlyFans account.
Roisin Lanigan
2 days ago
Culture

3 young Chinese creatives on navigating the ups and downs of internet fame

IG isn't all likes and love, but it's an incredibly useful platform for sharing your creations with the world. These three women -- based in Berlin, Melbourne and New York -- share their experiences.
Qiuzi Zhang
2 days ago
Photography

The photographer who handed over disposable cameras to protesters

Photographer Andre D. Wagner presents the images that caught his attention and made it into the resulting zine, FREE FILM: JUNE 2020.
Ryan White
2 days ago
Art

Lucien Smith is still disrupting the art world

The American contemporary painter on his debut solo museum show, the changing New York art scene and the pitfalls of finding fame so early.
Ryan White
2 days ago
Culture

Psilocybin of the times: how shrooms became a salve for our current moment

Amidst a global pandemic and a summer of protest, the American people are definitely tripping.
Carolyn Bernucca
3 days ago
Culture

Brandon Taylor’s ‘Real Life’ gets to the ugly heart of casual racism

“No one's going to tell me that my life is not a sufficient subject of art.”
Jenna Mahale
4 days ago
Music

Nat and Alex Wolff are just as anxious as you are right now

Following the release of their confessional new single “Glue”, the infuriatingly talented brothers discuss what they’ve learnt from past relationships and why the very notion of celebrity is irrelevant in 2020.
Frankie Dunn
5 days ago
Culture

This book explores the taboo relationship between female sexuality and violence

Part ‘Tampa’, part ‘American Psycho’, Eliza Clark’s debut novel ‘Boy Parts’, a story about a young artist named Irina who might also be a serial killer psychopath, is not for the faint of heart (or weak of stomach).
Roisin Lanigan
5 days ago
Culture

NunTok: Meet the nuns going viral on TikTok 🙏

Whether they're creating wholesome memes or tackling life's big questions, NunTok is like regular TikTok -- only "nunnified".
Esther Marshall
5 days ago
Culture

35 designers reveal what they watched, read and listened to in lockdown

From Jean Paul Gaultier to Grace Wales Bonner, we asked our fashion heroes to reveal share their quarantine cultural recommendations
Osman Ahmed
i-D Staff
8.7.20
News

Watch the trailer for A24’s wild new stripper road trip movie

Starring Taylour Paige and Riley Keough, ‘Zola’ is based on an infamous 2015 Twitter thread.
Douglas Greenwood
8.7.20
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