Photography

Tijuana: A Mexican Dream

two mexican photographers on finding beauty in a violent desert city

With a soaring murder rate and a growing migrant crisis, the young photographers of Tijuana, Mexico, have learned to find grace in unique ways.
Joe Zadeh
a day ago
Fashion

mortal remains: the new fashion fanzine inspired by a graveyard, sort of

Take an exclusive look at a new zine from hairstylist Anthony Turner.
Ryan White
2.14.19
Photography

9 female photo assistants in nyc on how to make it in the industry

Sharing the best advice for entering a male-dominated industry.
Jingyu Lin
2.11.19
Photography

a new exhibition celebrates french photographer charles fréger

Monsters, masks and rituals: A new exhibition at the Armani/Silos museum in Milan showcases the work of Charles Fréger.
Nikita Dmitriev
1.25.19
Fashion

we caught up with molly goddard’s mum to discuss their new exhibition

Sarah Edwards talks us through ‘Dress Portrait’.
Felix Petty
1.23.19
Photography

hanna moon and joyce ng: english as a second language

Ahead of their joint exhibition at Somerset House, opening next week, photographers Hanna Moon and Joyce Ng discuss the story behind the show.
Ryan White
1.18.19
Photography

naples through the eyes of a british photographer

Get to know Luigi, the Forcella Playboy, and more of the Italian city's vibrant characters.
Amanda Margiaria
1.17.19
Photography

these photographers documented new york’s legendary punk scene

From Blondie to the Ramones, i-D spoke to Roberta Bayley and GODLIS to find out just what made CBGB’s so special.
Nicole DeMarco
1.16.19
Photography

these female photographers documented 30 years of civil unrest in Italy

In the '60s, women like Paola Agosti and Letizia Battaglia took their cameras to the streets, immortalizing feminist demonstrations and protests in their images.
Benedetta Pini
1.14.19
straight ups

the best looks from afropunk johannesburg, straight up

See the South African city show off the sartorial juice it's so well known for.
Amira Rasool
1.8.19
Photography

how ka-man tse’s ‘narrow distances’ contemplates what it means to be seen

Announced as the recipient of the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize in December, we speak to Chinese-American artist and Parsons lecturer Ka-Man Tse about her award-winning project, ‘narrow distances’.
Ryan White
1.7.19
Photography

‘fuck me’ is a photographic ode to friendship

German photographer Josh Kern shoots skaters, lovers, and self-portraits to feel less alone.
Juule Kay
1.7.19
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