Memes

Culture

14 most iconic memes of 2019

Politically speaking it’s been a bit of an annus horribilis, so here’s everything that made us laugh in the dumpster fire that was this past 12 months.
Roisin Lanigan
12.23.19
Culture

How The Simpsons became extremely online

While the quality of later seasons is regularly accused of sliding downhill, iconic moments from early episodes of 'The Simpsons' have found a new, nostalgic lease of life on the internet.
Roisin Lanigan
12.5.19
News

lizzo has given a songwriter credit to the person behind the "100% that bitch" tweet

This is becoming the most hotly contested sentence in music history.
James Greig
10.24.19
News

this is why the internet wants to #freelorde

Plz don't send Lorde to jail. :(
Douglas Greenwood
10.10.19
Opinion

how alt right memes are indoctrinating gen z

Neo-fascists are using social media platforms to spread racism, homophobia, transphobia and sexism.
Shivam Kumar Chowdhary
9.10.19
Fashion

we spoke to the twisted genius behind croc gloves

Look at the beauty and the chaos he has wrought upon our world.
i-D Staff
8.19.19
Music

how kesha invented tiktok

10 years on, her chaotic debut single lives on in your favourite video sharing app.
Douglas Greenwood
8.8.19
News

instagram are hiring a meme officer

Hello how do we apply please thank you.
Douglas Greenwood
8.7.19
Opinion

why are we suddenly claiming everything is queer?

From iced coffee to walking quickly, we take a deep dive into what the new stereotypes say about the changing face of queer representation.
Brian O'Flynn
7.18.19
News

momo is getting her own horror movie

Yes, that Momo. The one from the terrifying viral meme.
Roisin Lanigan
7.11.19
Fashion

meme fashion designers aren’t trolling us, they’re saving us

Glenn Martens of Y/Project, Ksenia Schnaider and Christopher Shannon tell i-D why the importance of this season’s “ugliest” and “most ridiculous” fashion items offer much more than a quick LOL.
Steve Salter
4.30.19
Art

this artist is tackling intersectional feminism with digital collages

How Rinny Perkins is using her 70s-inspired memes to talk blackness, feminism and self-care.
Zio Baritaux
3.26.19
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