40 years of daily portraits and queering ADHD: what i-D loved this week
Everything you should have read is still here, girls!
3 days ago
Alexandra Leese took a series of nude portraits over Zoom
Her NSFW new series travels from Hawaii to China via webcam.
3 days ago
Nancy Floyd has been photographing herself every day for almost 40 years
In 1982, the photographer set herself the challenge of taking a self-portrait every single day.
4 days ago
The queer faces of ADHD
Nora Nord’s photography project highlights the under-represented beauty in neurodiversity.
5 days ago
Intimate portraits of the trans and non-binary community in Paris
Photographer Vincent Ferrané captures the ritual of getting ready to go out in his new book, ‘Every-day’.
This photobook documents 00s boxing in the heat of Thailand’s Krabi jungle
Featuring an introduction by Mario Sorrenti, Drew Jarrett’s 'Jungle Dreams' is a multicoloured journey in self-exploration.
Dave Swindells captured the ecstasy of throwback Ibiza
The images in his new book 'Ibiza 89' may inspire envy.
Yushi Li's nude portraits reimagine Renaissance paintings
Inspired by erotic depictions of women throughout art history, and her own desire, the photographer flips the gaze towards men she finds on Tinder.
Ilyes Griyeb photographs Morocco to regain control of its narrative
His new book documents a six-year journey to tell the story of a 'divided and contradictory' country.
Nearly naked portraits and surreal shoes: what i-D loved this week
A reminder of the legendarique stories we brought to you over the past seven days.
The 40th Anniversary Issue
Pieter Hugo photographs his two children in lockdown
For The 40th Anniversary Issue of i-D, acclaimed South African photographer Pieter Hugo is our Artist in Residence.
The importance of Afrosurrealism in 2020
Photographer Adama Jalloh and artist Hamed Maiye examine Blackness and otherworldliness in their London exhibition ‘An Ode to Afrosurrealism’.