i-D International

Culture

this artist got a piece of machinery implanted in his cheekbones

i-D meets the Spanish cyborg pushing the boundaries of body modification.
Raquel Zas
10.24.18
Social Tribes

90s subcultures: where are they now?

What ever happened to the gabbers, the skinheads, the metalheads and the juggalos?
Benedetta Pini
10.23.18
mental health

how to tell if you are in a toxic relationship

"I know that I can be toxic, but the last thing I need is someone that puts me in a box and tells me it’s all in my head."
Lera Abova
10.18.18
Culture

mexico city's cutest couples sound off on pride

Love is love.
i-D Mexico
6.25.18
Culture

this afro feminist collective is fighting racism in spain

“The priority is to discover, heal, and fight collectively and to learn together.” We talked with the founders of EFAE to learn more about the situation of Afro-descendant women in Spain.
Mirena Ossorno
2.23.18
Culture

photographing the cool kids of the 2018 milan tattoo convention

We went to the largest tattoo convention in Italy to photograph the people who have transformed their bodies into cutting-edge works of art.
Giorgia Imbrenda
Amanda Margiaria
2.22.18
Photography

gritty photographs of barcelona's queer scene at night

Isaac Flores captures a community full of power and creativity.
Alberto Sisí
2.21.18
Culture

40 years of iconic 'playboy' ads reveal a lot about masculinity

With her visual essay 'Boy', French artist Sarah Vadé looks at the iconic publication through a feminist lens.
Malou Briand Rautenberg
2.16.18
Photography

mysterious photos full of relics from the year 2000

For her photo series '00', Belgian photographer Ulrike Biets documented five models born in the year 2000 and examined the background of kitsch and pop culture against which they grew up.
Rolien Zonneveld
12.6.17
straight ups

5 young barcelona couples talk true love

Because, at the end of the day, it's really all you need.
Álvaro Piñero
11.29.17
Culture

"i have no home": an interview with ai weiwei

The Chinese artist and activist on his new film, "Human Flow," which provides an in-depth look at the refugee crisis from a journey across 23 countries.
Juule Kay
11.29.17
japan

intimate photos of a tokyo couple on their first visit to a love hotel

Dutch photographer Mila van der Linden has a weakness for neon lights and societal taboos.
Lianne Kersten
11.14.17