johnny nelson's jewelry honors black and queer icons
After a series of struggles, Johnel Jamison found his purpose in silver and gold portrait pieces that celebrate figures from Missy Elliott to Octavia St. Laurent.
Wilbert L. Cooper
vivian girls walked so the next generation of indie rockers could run
As they release their new album 'Memory' after a five year hiatus, i-D talks to the band and the musicians they've influenced.
the story behind Only NY, one of new york's favorite indie brands
Founder Micah Belamarich tells i-D about the opening of their Greenpoint store and shares photos of the new fall/winter collection.
meet the performers of house of yes, brooklyn's iconic sex-positive nightclub
"I feel like I can be my most authentic, eccentric, queer self, and feel beautiful and celebrated for it."
crumb on breaking through music's weird digital frontier
Their debut album, 'Jinx,' is informed by the ebb and flow of New York City, a near death experience, and a mythical curse.
designer suzanne rae wants us all to play dress-up
Her namesake line challenges traditional ideas of gender and champions freedom of expression.
emily reo is cheering herself on
The indie-pop singer claps back at toxic masculinity in her new video for 'Strawberry,' premiering today on i-D.
surfbort's dani miller is the friendly, burrito-puking queen of punk
Surfbort's wild new video is also deeply personal, alluding to Miller’s own struggles with addiction and mental health.
love is the answer, whatever the question
A cinematic story of love, style, courage, family and friendship, shot by Oliver Hadlee Pearch and Carlos Nazario on the streets of Brooklyn, capturing our cover star Adesuwa Aighewi.
gobbinjr writes deceptively sweet pop songs about creepy men
Emma Witmer's new album 'Ocala Wick' was shaped by encounters in the Brooklyn DIY scene.
artists respond to the one-year anniversary of trump's muslim ban
The curators of 'Before We Were Banned,' a group art show opening in Bushwick tonight, spent this time last year protesting at JFK airport.
habibi melds middle eastern psych with catchy 60s pop
Brooklyn’s garage alchemists sound off on 'Cardamom Garden,' their first EP in four years (featuring a Cramps cover in Farsi).