The secret dread of post-pandemic life
Out with the new, in with the old.
How realistic is the idea of going to festivals this summer?
As Primavera becomes the latest festi to confirm their corona cancellation, our initial wave of post-lockdown optimism is fading fast.
The photographer capturing intimate portraits of his friends in lockdown
With ‘Lives in Limbo’, London-based creator Sebastian Barros finds moments of beauty amidst the isolation and boredom.
The photography zine capturing the joy of pre-pandemic queer nightlife
Photographer Heather Glazzard's 'The World Before Sanitiser' is an ode to feelings of liberation and community that Zoom parties will never replace.
How Manila’s creative community is handling life under lockdown
Eight young Filipinos tell us how they've adjusted to spending more than half a year living under the country's tough (and ongoing) restrictions.
The photographer finding parallels between NY and Russia during lockdown
Devoid of her usual subject matters, Kristina Shakht roamed the empty streets.
7 high school students on going back to class during the pandemic
"For me and many of my classmates, choosing to go back to school isn’t just about us, it's about the people we love most who don’t have the privilege to make this choice."
Forget sliding into DMs, TikTok teens are writing pen pals to save the USPS
The wholesome summer camp activity has been radicalized in an attempt to save the Post Office – one stamp at a time.
How Omegle made a quarantine comeback
Come for the masturbating strangers, stay for a moment of meaningful connection in a lonely, isolated world
Charli XCX has made a lockdown documentary
If you did nothing in quarantine, look away now!
Meet the OnlyFans models making a killing in lockdown
Photographer Ottilie Landmark shoots Denise Dame, Tasha Black, NoireKitten, Daddy Bears and Love Bailey, five OnlyFans performers who believe the platform has revolutionised online sex work.
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.