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Meet the class of 2020 participating in the first ever online global design graduate show

ARTSTHREAD are giving students the opportunity to showcase their portfolios online this summer.
i-D Staff
12 hours ago
Photography

Four years of photographing a beloved queer bar in east London

Jean-François Carly has been capturing the crowds of The Queen Adelaide since he first discovered it. The resulting photo book celebrates a home from home and an enduring queer institution.
Tom George
21 hours ago
Culture

Russia needs to face up to anti-Black racism

As @youngmasha’s recent experience speaking out about racism on TikTok proves, violent discrimination against Afro-Russians is rife.
Mahoro Seward
21 hours ago
Fashion

@everyoutfitinlivingsingle pays respect to the Black style legacy of the iconic 90s show

The ultra-fashionable sitcom has a second life on Instagram, finally receiving the appreciation it couldn’t get from mainstream media at the time.
Christine Ochefu
a day ago
Culture

This card game will force you to have difficult conversations

Tackling everything from self-belief to race and privilege, We’re Not Really Strangers is the card game that will help you open up.
Douglas Greenwood
2 days ago
Culture

LOOK AT US is the zine celebrating LA’s queer Black creative underground

Curated by experimental musician Jupiter Black, we meet the brilliant but under-appreciated artists, healers and performers profiled in their latest issue.
Frankie Dunn
2 days ago
Culture

The story behind Wales’s new queer bookshop

With so few LGBT+ bookstores in the UK, Paned o Gê is a welcome addition.
Isobel Van Dyke
7.3.20
Culture

The best tech adverts from i-D's print archive

We asked fashion's favourite ad collector, Halima Olalemi (aka @adarchives) to dig out the most futuristic adverts from our archive
Danil Boparai
7.2.20
Culture

Unorthodox's Shira Haas: "I've been working towards this for eight years"

The actress reflects on the overwhelmingly positive feedback she received in the wake of the Netflix hit, finding one's community, and what constitutes a breakout role.
Rolien Zonneveld
7.2.20
Culture

How The Last of Us Part II brought lesbian representation to gaming

The game pointedly asks its players to remember that not only do lesbians and other queer folk exist in every world but that we deserve to use our lens to tell these new stories.
Hannah Ryan
7.2.20
Culture

Role models are getting younger as the world is embracing its inner child

From Greta Thunberg to children’s drawings: what’s next? The foetus?
Tim Fraanje
7.2.20
Photography

Ming Smith’s life in photos

As the first Black female photographer to have her work collected by the MoMA, Ming Smith belongs to a pantheon of trailblazing artists of the 20th century.
Ryan White
7.2.20
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