in 2003, i-D asked artists like alexander mcqueen and tracey emin to share images of peace
As we celebrate Peace Week, we throw back to a selection of images from our 2003 Action Issue. Curated by i-D co-founder Tricia Jones, it features some of our best loved contributors and collaborators as they share their ideas and thoughts on peace.
a$ap rocky broke up a fight at his concert and made them hug
What a guy.
hundreds of images of 60s peace signs, by rock’s most prolific photographer
Legendary music photographer Jim Marshall also documented the politicized counterculture his subjects soundtracked. A new book collects his powerful images of the peace symbol: embroidered onto jackets, slung around necks, and spray-painted onto walls.
people power: fighting for peace charts the evolution of the anti-war movement
A new exhibition captures the creativity of the anti-war movement, from the outbreak of the First World War, all the way through to present-day conflicts in the Middle East.
as paris menswear draws to a close, peace is the message
On the last day of spring/summer 17 men’s shows, Paul Smith and Lanvin’s Lucas Ossendrijver flew the flag for a diverse and peaceful world.
Anders Christian Madsen
girls against give us their dream festival line-up
Earlier this week, we spoke to Emily Eavis about what Glastonbury is doing about the lack of women at music festivals (as well as that i-D cover star shaped hole on the main stage). Today, we speak to the very brilliant Hannah of the very, very...
why we must support independent venue week 2015
Kicking off tonight, Independent Venue Week will see the UK support and celebrate the backbone of the British live music scene with gigs at 92 venues.
capturing new york's peaceful protest for michael brown
Photographer Christelle de Castro captured last night's march across the city to protest the Grand Jury's acquittal of policeman Darren Wilson.