Self-published zine Refugium details the immigrant experience in America
Through photography and first-hand stories of her friends and family, Ares Maia pieces together a complicated story about heritage.
Counterfuture: the nihilistic Instagram turning archived imagery into art
A new book – 'Conceptual Art in Law Enforcement' – brings the infamous account offline.
What does resisting racism through Chinese food look like?
@thegodofcookery speaks to i-D about food justice and his new digital book of protest recipes.
This zine celebrates the beauty of collaboration
Photographer Anna Victoria Best’s zine is a space for creative collaboration without rules or hierarchy.
HAIR is the new zine celebrating Black and Brown identity in Australia
Sabina McKenna wants to build pride for women with textured hair.
All the positive coronavirus news stories you probably missed
We’ve rounded the most uplifting COVID-19 developments and initiatives from the past week. Because we all need a little bit of a break from the doom and gloom, don’t we?
This zine is a north Londoner’s love letter to his hometown
Photographer Shane Vincent made Nuff Love to capture a city that’s rapidly evolving.
This zine is a record of life-changing friendships in New York City
NYC artist Siena Saba began the project when she moved into a packed studio apartment in Bushwick, a space which quickly became very special to her.
This zine captures the spirit of New York City
Arguably the most photographed city in the world, Stephen Velastegui shoots NYC in an honest new light.
this zine is a love letter to middle eastern and north african girls worldwide
'3asal' artfully showcases the infinite complexities of MENA identity.
gucci's new zine is a powerful call for gender equality
Adam Eli talks to i-D about his new project for Gucci's Chime For Change charity.
the latest in our limited edition magazine series is here
The third issue of i-D editions is accompanied by a T-shirt collaboration with Aries.