YouTubers are destroying their hair for internet fame
Take a deep dive with us into the murky world of the hair fail economy.
The anonymous Korean vloggers creating the most meditative content on YouTube
This community of vloggers in South Korea has transformed being an introvert into an aesthetic experience.
this is why the internet wants to #freelorde
Plz don't send Lorde to jail. :(
how 'sadfishing' became our favourite coping mechanism
Far from being just a way of seeking attention, venting on social media is a way of reaching out across the void and forging a support network.
how reddit's 'am I the asshole' forum is crowdsourcing emotional intelligence
AITA? Are you? Probably!
how queer teens are using instagram’s ‘close friends’ function to open up
More and more of us are shunning the main TL, instead embracing smaller, safer spaces to discuss sexuality, mental health, and identity.
memes are bad for our health, apparently
This is the worst news we’ve heard all year.
eileen kelly, instagram star turned sex educator
The 20-year-old New Yorker behind the account @killerandasweetthang is putting her 300,000 strong following to good use. Eileen speaks to i-D about her new project, an online space for talking honestly and openly about sex.
someone made jewellery to accentuate the controversial thigh gap
But designer Soo Kyung Bae isn’t just cashing in on fashion’s unhealthy obsession with ultra-thin legs.
the internet poets who are making the web a little weirder
Five of our favourite young writers who are redefining poetry for the Tumblr generation.
hannah diamond and gfoty's beginner's guide to pc music
It was 2014's most divisive new music scene, but two of its key figures give their views on the internet, fashion and fads.
How Opening Times Is Revolutionising How We View Art Online
Exploring the new strategies of digital art with Opening Times, a radically different online gallery who are giving artists the possibility to experiment without the pressures of the market breathing down their necks.