these latinx artists used protest posters as a vibrant form of resistance
A new show explores the work that came out of East LA's Self Help Graphics Studio.
'not ur baby' provides sanctuary for womxn and non-binary creatives
Inside artist Vanessa Vigil's pop-up exhibition and all-day celebration in Oakland.
meet the 12 new faces of mexican agency güerxs
In its third year, the inclusive modeling project based in Mexico City is more diverse than ever.
veggie mijas is the woc collective decolonizing your diet
Founder Amy Quichiz tells i-D about the importance of 'intersectional veganism,' and how it connects women to their ancestral roots.
house of xtravaganza is new york's most fabulous family
The iconic, queer, all-Latinx ballroom house reunited to perform at the Aperture Gala in NYC, alongside disco diva Kathy Sledge.
5 latinx fashion brands shaking up the gender binary
These designers from Mexico, Argentina, and Peru know our future is genderless.
guadalupe rosales is the keeper of 90s chicano culture
The artist behind @veteranas_and_rucas views archiving as a way to reframe the history of brown youth.
this photographer is exploring cultural appropriation and the effects of gentrification
Thalia Gochez's recent series honors Latinx culture and seeks to reclaim a neighborhood in a state of rapid change.
striking portraits of hispanic boys navigating male identity
Stephen Velastegui's project 'Papi Chulo' confronts masculinity and homophobia in the Hispanic community.
nyc's latinx community on creativity and identity
What's it like to be Latinx in New York? Follow Alex Lee's lens through the streets of NY and discover a vibrant creative community that seeks to get involved and inspire. Whether they were born in the Big Apple or moved here to pursue their passion...