these photos capture the wild, queer nightlife scene of 80s hamburg
Hamburg's Front was not just a club, but a space for people to live their truth and freedom. We had a chat with former resident DJ Klaus Stockhausen about rave culture and finding “the real deal”.
7 berlin photographers to know
At Berlin's Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie, i-D asks seven graduate students how they stand out in today's image-saturated world.
rethinking masculinity – beyond stereotypes
New Masculinity is an exhibition by Berlin-based art collective Curated By Girls, which brings together the work of four young photographers attempting to challenge conventional ideas of what it means to be male.
germany has finally legalised same-sex marriage
in germany, no finally means no
The decision to pass a new law on consent was nearly unanimous.
the sadness and camaraderie of teenage refugees in germany
Stefanie Zofia Schulz spent two years documenting the daily life of families stuck in the asylum-seeker housing system.
pepper levain’s wonderful queer world
Photographer Pepper Levain documents queer scenes around the world, as a homage to the colourful people who live to express their freedom.
five berlin galleries you need to know
Frieze might be the biggest art fair, but Berlin's got the best galleries.
Alexandra Bondi de Antoni
german duo milky chance on going viral and crafting megahits
Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch of Milky Chance are riding the wave of their YouTube success.
The straight up was invented by Terry Jones in 1980, published in the first issues of i-D. It's a head-to-toe portrait of someone looking good in their clothes with something to say.
Boys Noize goes in conversation with Jimmy Edgar
Award winning don juan of the remix Alex Ridha, aka Boys Noize, is the monumental one man dance act with unrivalled rave inducing abilities. Going head to head with on point electronic artist Jimmy Edgar, Alex muses over his work to date and...