People of the Mud is a photographic ode to Ireland's heritage
Luis Alberto Rodriguez’s new photobook, peppered with hurlers and traditional dancers, took him to Ireland’s County Wexford.
Donté Colley's dancing is making the world a little brighter
The Toronto-native's viral, inspirational twerking videos will bring some positivity to your Instagram feed.
exploring the birth of the b-boy in 70s new york
“It’s a story about art and the resilience of human beings,” says Bronx street photographer Ricky Flores, who captured the nascent b-boy subculture.
an iranian teen was detained after posting dancing videos to instagram
This isn’t the first time someone’s been punished for dancing in the nation.
what we can learn from the lawless cool of 70s new york
From Martin Scorsese's 'Vinyl' to Garth Risk Hallberg's 'City on Fire,' the music, culture, and fashion of 70s-era New York is everywhere right now.
10 most underrated music video dance routines
We’re gonna let Sia finish, but these are some of the best music video dance routines of all time!
gareth pugh takes ny for spring/summer 15
Continuing his reputation of crafting wearable sculptures, Gareth Pugh's debut show at New York Fashion Week was a shake-up for both the senses and the show system itself. Through an immersive experience of smoke machines, video montages and live...
find out why every pop, cult and club movement needs it's own defining dance
It's a thing isn't it? Dancing, if you know what I mean... dancing is a form of expression that you either have or you haven't, so they say. You can learn it like singing but there's nothing like a good old spirited dad-dance to raise a smile and a bit...
life without i-technology, why it's no life at all
Digital dependency has pulled in a generation. We're not addicted to drugs or sex anymore, it's wifi connection that gets us high. Oscar Quine considers Generation Now, the twenty-somethings who grew up with technology and start to combust without it.
can you dance your way to enlightenment? princess julia finds out!
i-D’s Culture Editor, Princess Julia, grew up on London’s club scene in the early 80s and still enjoys what the big city has to offer today. Here she encourages us all to don our dancing shoes and hit the clubs!