India’s young metal scene is furiously raging against a corrupt government
We speak to members of the underground subculture making anti-capitalist music fuelled by discontent.
90s subcultures: where are they now?
What ever happened to the gabbers, the skinheads, the metalheads and the juggalos?
throwback to 1987, when i-D presented six style tribes of the moment!
British paninari, cuties, metalists, westenders, goth chics and the brash pack: i-D's Pop Issue put a spotlight on the most influential subcultures of the 1980s!
raw photographs from russia's emerging hip-hop subculture
Sonya Kydeeva directs her photographer’s gaze on the young people of Russia as they search for identity within the pulse of a rising scene.
a musical history of rebellious self-expression at new dr martens oxford street store
Journey through subcultures with the iconic British brand...
photographing my little pony and mermaid subcultures at america’s fan conventions
Arthur Drooker talks to i-D about learning to embrace Brony culture for his latest series, "Conventional Wisdom."
dissecting the backlash against the skhothane
South Africa’s Skhothane are obsessed with consumption and designer goods, how is this different from every other subculture?
worn in: the johannesburg subculture that burns sneakers
For the first in our "Worn In" series, we travel to downtown Johannesburg, where for the Skhothanes, life is all about looking good and making money. As rival groups the Casa Novas and the Pro Italian Takers take it outside to the streets of Tembisa...
clubland: beauty and subculture through the ages
i-D presents Clubland, a new film directed by Mexican brothers Santiago and Mauricio Sierra, part of our Beautiful Collaborations project, made possible by Microsoft. The filmmaker duo, alongside visionary New York make-up artist Ralph Siciliano, take...
john kilar is the ultimate festival photographer
John Kilar’s photographs capture the beautiful side of sometimes not-so-beautiful scenes, from communes to Coachella.
the colorful activism of new york's most radical queers
The New York radical queers are creating a powerful community through progressive politics, community gardens, wild parties, and colorful performance.
are music subcultures losing their definition?
Today, the music we listen to no longer dictates the clothes we wear. In our consumer-driven, social-media obsessed society musical subcultures are in danger of losing both their definition and their ability to challenge the status quo. Tish Weinstock...