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Meet the winners of the Product, Architecture and Interiors categories in the ARTSTHREAD global design graduate show 2020

From Industrial Design to Interior Architecture, see their work here.
i-D Staff
2 days ago
The 40th Anniversary Issue

Paloma, Sage and Ama Elsesser in conversation with Angelo Baque

The Elsessers discuss how their upbringing inspired each of their trailblazing careers, what it’s like navigating the fashion industry together, as siblings, and the legacy they hope to leave behind.
Nicole DeMarco
2 days ago
Culture

The artist behind that Lil Icey Eyes filter on how her art broke the internet

We speak to Paige Piskin, the Spark AR legend behind the year's most popular filter, AND the Grimes and Elon Musk AI baby pic announcement
Hatti Rex
2 days ago
Culture

How this filmmaker is putting the Black British experience centre stage

Adeyemi Michael has curated a beautiful collection of Black British joy, available now on Netflix UK, to coincide with Black History Month.
Leah Sinclair
3 days ago
Culture

Can microdosing LSD unlock creativity?

Taking small amounts of LSD or psilocybin might increase your creative output as well as your energy levels. Getting your dose right is key.
Abby Moss
10.15.20
Culture

Sex and subservience disrupt cliches in 2020's most terrifying horror movies

In Saint Maud and Shirley, the role of subservience in female characters looks and feels remarkably different.
Katie Goh
10.13.20
Photography

Mimi Plumb captures the beauty of growing up in 1970s suburban California

“We wandered around the Walnut Festival, hiding in corners, smoking cigarettes, looking for stuff to do."
Edmée Lepercq
10.13.20
Culture

Inside the bedrooms of the UK's queer youth

Instagram account Queer Night Stands gives us a voyeuristic look at the salt lamps and nick-nacks in our safest, cosiest happy places.
Dani Ran
10.13.20
News

Stream Paul Mescal’s Broadway debut here

And it co-stars Lucas Hedges too. What did we do to deserve this?!
Douglas Greenwood
10.12.20
Photography

Photographer Diana Markosian creates a time machine to her childhood

In her new monograph, 'Santa Barbara', Diana recreates the soap opera that was her unconventional upbringing.
Ryan White
10.12.20
Culture

Emily in Paris is a sinister study of the American Dream

The hit Netflix show captures an all-too convenient life of luxury for a Chicago-born expat. But beneath its cutesy surface, what does it really say?
Nathan Ma
10.12.20
Culture

The poet articulating your deepest existential fears

‘Sweetdark’, Savannah Brown’s sophomore collection of poetry, explores how we live vulnerably, pleasurably, and chaotically at the end of the world.
Jenna Mahale
10.12.20
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