This is what Barbara Sánchez-Kane is doing during quarantine
The innovative designer tells i-D about making the 'Mexican uniform' camp, her art practice, anxiety and her alter ego SOLRAC.
Z Walsh: “You can look at it like we've had our whole lives to train for this"
The NYC-based model on queer resilience in the face of a pandemic and the nuances of representation at a time where queerness has become currency.
This new short film explores cultural identity and race in modern day Ireland
In his beautiful documentary 'This Land', Zithelo Bobby Mthombeni unpacks the complicated issue of “Irishness” and explores the impact of hostile immigration policy in the country.
Meet the women centring their South Asian heritage through beauty
South Asian women around the world are connecting online and exploring their cultural identities through beauty.
Tyler Mitchell invites us into a black utopia with his new exhibit
The photographer and i-D collaborator opens his anticipated show I Can Make You Feel Good in New York.
these latinx artists used protest posters as a vibrant form of resistance
A new show explores the work that came out of East LA's Self Help Graphics Studio.
see 40 years of photographs documenting the beauty of gender expression
Decades of Mariette Pathy Allen's intimate photos are collected in 'Rites of Passage, 1978-2006'.
40 years of making people visible through portraiture
In a new book, photographer Dawoud Bey discusses a career spent creating conversation and community through powerful work.
shrek 666 is the drag star making ogres sexy
The Scottish performer tells us why we should all go be going green.
straightness is dead. gen z killed it
As Love Island’s Curtis refuses to submit to the labels pushed upon him, isn't it about time we admitted sexuality is a spectrum, and straight up heteronormativity is an outdated concept?
joshua aronson’s new photo series explores the in-betweeness of identity
In ‘I Thought About Posting This,’ the NYC-based photographer questions how we think about gender and explores our relationship with social media.
what it's like to be a boxer when you're young, female and muslim
Short film 'Solibet' sees 16-year-old schoolgirl and boxer Rahma define her own identity.