Illustration

Art

eri wakayama is fashion's go-to illustrator

After working with Supreme and Miu Miu, the New York-based artist opens her first solo show.
Jack Sunnucks
8.2.19
Art

'crude intentions' is a new zine about women’s experiences with sexual harassment

How editor Grace Srinivasiah and designer Alex Tults used social media and illustration to empower women.
Zio Baritaux
8.1.19
Art

heather benjamin draws the life of an untamable cowgirl

The artist's colorful new exhibit closely mirrors how she feels about herself.
Sara Radin
6.7.19
Culture

meet 5 illustrators using their art to celebrate the beauty of being queer

i-D talks to a group of artists about exploring their sexuality through their work, and the challenges they've run into when sharing their lives online.
Sara Radin
5.30.19
Culture

how one illustration captured the heartfelt response to the christchurch shootings

Ruby Jones' artwork was shared across the world after the terror attacks.
Laura Pitcher
3.25.19
Fashion

catwalk illustrations from our favourite shows at milan and paris

From Grace Jones at Tommy Hilfiger, to Jess Maybury at Marni, London illustrator James Davison captures the glamour and energy of fashion week.
James Davison
3.8.19
Art

this artist is using her dreamlike digital art to subvert the male gaze

Ram Han talks about sexual fantasies and feminism in South Korea.
Zio Barritaux
12.19.18
Fashion

meet the artist responsible for those amazing gucci murals

Alex Merry makes a world we wished we lived in.
Hanna Hanra
8.8.18
Beauty

this artist wants us to embrace our acne, stretch marks, and curves

Snow White gets breakouts too.
André-Naquian Wheeler
5.10.18
Culture

jillian tamaki's new graphic novel looks at feminism in the internet era

Jillian Tamaki takes on social media, feminism and diversity in her new book, 'Boundless.'
Zio Baritaux
7.18.17
Art

how artist polly nor uses frustration, anxiety, and sadness to fuel her creativity

And gained 400,000 Instagram followers in the process!
Niloufar Haidari
2.3.17
Art

the illustrator recasting your favorite super heroes as kick ass black girls

Amandla Stenberg collaborator Markus Prime gives us a new view on classic cartoon characters -- from the Afro Puff Girls to Afro Ball Z -- in his just-released book 'B.R.U.H: Black Renditions of Universal Heroes.'
Emily Manning
4.1.16
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