The Toronto photographer capturing the joy of friendship in your early 20s
After submitting an image we loved to My Month in a Photo, Sarah Berglund shows us more of her captivating work.
Meet Bambii, the life and soul of Toronto’s club scene
Watch the video for her debut dancehall single “NITEVISION” exclusively here.
celebrating caribbean-canadian culture at caribana
"I’m unabashedly Jamaican, 365 days a year, but it’s the one day I can really wild out about it and feel the sense of community amongst all these different people in Toronto."
this futuristic, genderless label is uniform for the nighttime
"Minimal, industrial, and funky…" Spencer Badu talks us through his Toronto-based brand and its techno-influenced new collection.
the exorcism of petra collins
A pioneer of post-internet coming-of-age photography, Petra Collins’s latest project feels like the natural conclusion to a decade’s worth of intimate bedroom portraiture.
sylo nozra's sultry r&b celebrates self-care and diversity
The debut music video for ‘Divine,’ premiering today on i-D, shows the Korean-Canadian artist’s softer side.
drake staged a degrassi reunion for his new music video
A high school reunion we’d actually want to attend.
5 things you need to know about jessie reyez
Meet the artist making trippy R&B and taking on sexism in the music industry.
the weeknd's $50,000 donation will help students in toronto learn ancient ethiopian
The cash will help establish a course on Ge'ez — an ancient Ethiopian script.
premiere: stream weaves’ wild debut album exclusively on i-D
Treat your ears to the rising oddball pop quartet’s first full-length album before it arrives on June 17.
the original groupies: photographing the boas and bohemia of 60s' electric ladies
In 1969, 'Rolling Stone' published a special issue of photographer Baron Wolman's playful studio portraits of groupies, the pioneering women who found a new kind of liberation alongside some of history’s most monumental musicians. Now, he's exhibiting...
the ghanaian photographer who captured the swinging 60s in africa and beyond
James Barnor’s portraits of Ghana in transition are a highlight of Canada’s Contact Photography Festival.