parisian 16-year-olds talk europe, love and liberté
In our new documentary, i-D hits the French capital and meets the teenagers making their mark on the city today.
relive a heady european summer with these intoxicating photos
Chad Moore’s latest exhibition Too Late, So Soon will have you clinging to the last vestiges of your holidays.
inside the inner circle of europe’s old world elite
Tina Barney's The Europeans studies the cross pollination of heirs, heirlooms and Herrs.
enter an alternative space and time with antoine bruy's imagery
The French photographer roamed across the landscapes of Europe to capture the daily life of those living on the margins of our society, creating an alternative way of living and consuming.
escape velocity: beat the brexit blues and head to lisbon
London’s finest partying minds are relocating to Lisbon for a new nightlife extravaganza, and share an exclusive mix with us.
experiencing brexit as an immigrant
For a first generation immigrant, the Brexit referendum wasn’t merely a singular political event, but rather the latest chapter in a narrative that has shaped the course of my entire life.
examining the seismic changes to europe's political landscape through art
As a new show at Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven opens, exhibiting art made in six European countries during the tumultuous 80s, we contemplate culture and counterculture as a litmus test for a country's political climate.
the fashion world joined this weekend's pro-eu protest
Vivienne Westwood, Alexa Chung and Blondey McCoy marched to Downing Street, to voice their love for the EU.
is wearing a safety pin going to help combat post-brexit racism?
Kickstarted on Twitter, a new campaign is encouraging people to wear a #safetypin to show solidarity with immigrants in the UK. But is the gesture really enough to tackle the onslaught of racist behaviour?
thousands stand together against brexit
In a show of unity with the European project, thousands of demonstrators gathered to protest against Brexit, rising xenophobia, and the chaos that faces UK politics.
11 art students share their hopes and fears about the eu referendum
If the UK votes leave on Thursday, the lives of generations to come will change in an instant. Whilst concerns around immigration and sovereignty dominate the discourse, the potential impact on the creative industries is often overlooked. Here, a...
three young women from across the political spectrum on why we need to vote remain
At last year’s election we spoke to young women – the group least likely to vote – about politics and voting in the General Election. We’ve gone back to them to gauge the mood ahead of the EU Referendum this Thursday.