i-D book club: the idiot
Elif Batuman's debut novel is a thrilling piece of coming-of-age autofiction. It's the ideal kind of story for our #fakenews ere; an era in which we all tell carefully edited, largely dishonest stories about ourselves.
the i-D guide to documenta 14
The art festivals in Athens to check out this summer.
take a trip to tokyo's weird and wonderful cafes
Dean Kissick goes on an adventure through all the strange and frightening cafes Tokyo has to offer.
ecocore: the world’s sexiest ecology zine
Neapolitan architect and artist Alessandro Bava talks us through the latest issue of his cult environmental zine.
2015 the year in… pop music
We dish out the awards and celebrate the weird and wonderful moments that defined the year in pop music.
everyone gets their 15 minutes of fame but what about those who make theirs last a lifetime?
The famous for famous are always performing their own lives for us, and that says a lot about how we live now. They seem to absorb every form of popular entertainment, and seep across every available surface of culture. Everyone wants to be them or...
how do we take drugs in 2015?
What drugs do we take? How often do we take them? Where do we buy them? We speak to Dr. Adam Winstock, the Consultant Addiction Psychiatrist behind the annual Global Drug Survey, to discover the changing patterns of drug use today.
this hollywood couple broke up irl and made a film about it
Eugene Kotlyarenko and Kate Lyn Sheil are an awkward L.A.-hip former couple who star in ‘A Wonderful Cloud,’ a film about an awkward L.A.-hip former couple.
exclusive: david sims shoots the kids of supreme
We delve inside the world of Supreme and present an exclusive extract from the brand's new photo book with David Sims.
centre for style takes america
We speak to Matthew Linde of Centre For Style about curating fashion outside of the museum and creating one of fashion's uniquest ventures.
artist deanna havas serves cosmic lattes and sublime internet poetry
We spoke to the New Yorker about making drinks for Hans-Ulrich Obrist and why she’s leaving NYC.
david o’reilly’s animated worlds are filled with existentialist horses and sad robots
The Irish animator behind the video game in ‘Her’ talks online subcultures and 'Adventure Time.'