8-ball celebrates its anniversary with an 8 month fundraiser
Community organizer and founder Lele Saveri tells i-D about the NYC arts nonprofit's first project, a tee with Come Tees and photographer Daniel Arnold.
This zine is a record of life-changing friendships in New York City
NYC artist Siena Saba began the project when she moved into a packed studio apartment in Bushwick, a space which quickly became very special to her.
Sophia Wilson's quarantine in photos
See the lockdown in New York City through photographer Sophia Wilson's eyes.
Tea Leigh brings a healing touch to hand-poked tattoos
The Brooklyn-based artist on astrology as queer currency, birth chart tattoo readings and the push to change the patriarchal nature of the industry.
Nicole Saldana's shoes channel the spirit of 90s teen movies
The former Opening Ceremony designer on starting her eponymous line of funky heels and staying true to downtown NYC style.
Photographing the wildest parties in NYC and Lagos
20-year-old Omofolarin Omolayole moved to NYC from Lagos to study photography. His new series, 'Bruk it Down', explores where the two cities collide and diverge at night.
Heaven and hell collide at Bushwick's newest queer nightclub
The duo behind Mood Ring opened Heaven or Las Vegas with a sinful Valentine’s Day disco and the looks did not disappoint.
There's no place like Café Forgot
To celebrate their February residency, No Agency New York played dress up in Café Forgot's bespoke designer pieces. And you can too.
LEYA is the ambient DIY duo making transcendental punk music
From collaborating with Eartheater to scoring Brooke Candy's porn film, LEYA are breaking the mold and shaking up the Brooklyn music scene.
Okay Kaya turns raging melancholy into sunny pop on Watch This Liquid Pour Itself
The musician's latest album is a purge of her deepest and darkest emotions in the form of captivating dance tracks.
These sun-soaked photos capture the spirit of summertime
From Renell Medrano to Adam Zhu, 13 photographers take us back to warmer days in the Summer of Something Special.
Meet the DJs making NYC's nightlife scene more inclusive
By offering educational workshops and mentorship, Skillshare empowers women, queer, and non-binary people of color.
Zoe Yu Gilligan