The Icons and Idols Issue
Ricardo Fumanal draws Kaia Gerber on the cover of i-D's hardback edition
The Spanish illustrator -- aka Sticky Ricky -- sketches suggestive vegetables, gay porn scenes and, now, i-D cover stars.
How a new generation of artists is exploring female sexuality
Natalie Krim, Nikki Peck, and Sarah Whalen on the complexities of using social media to reclaim erotic art from the male gaze.
eri wakayama is fashion's go-to illustrator
After working with Supreme and Miu Miu, the New York-based artist opens her first solo show.
catwalk illustrations from our favourite shows at milan and paris
From Grace Jones at Tommy Hilfiger, to Jess Maybury at Marni, London illustrator James Davison captures the glamour and energy of fashion week.
see an exclusive preview of charles jeffrey’s first womenswear collection here
From Madonna to Patti Smith, the young Scottish fashion maestro shares illustrations of his female icons exclusively with i-D.
danny sangra is reinterpreting burberry through live doodling and virtual reality
We spoke to the CSM grad to find out why the 150-year-old fashion house wanted him to draw all over their archive.
draw a vulgar picture
Artist Craig Boagey’s new zine Recital is filled with painstakingly created photorealistic drawings of sex and violence.
from LA to st tropez, moncler hit the beach
Dive into Jean-Philippe Delhomme’s illustrations for the spring/summer 17 collection.
jo brocklehurst, the mysterious outsider who illustrated punk
She sometimes wore three pairs of glasses at once, was exceptionally beautiful, and drew New Romantics and anarchist squatters in colors so vivid they glow under UV light.
how artist polly nor uses frustration, anxiety and sadness to fuel her creativity
And gained 400,000 Instagram followers in the process!
all hail the king of dancehall doodling
As a new book gathers a treasure trove of the Jamaican artist’s imagery, from bawdy newspaper cartoons to iconic cover art, we speak to its author and editor to discuss the history and legacy of Wilfred Limonious’ work.
meet the illustrator behind miu miu's spooky spring/summer prints
Eri Wakiyama’s hair is a James Turrell-ish carousel of neon hues, but it’s her whispy watercolour illustrations that caught Prada’s eye.