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Hungary
Hungary

raw photos of hungary's underground 80s punk scene

Photojournalist András Bánkuti captured Budapest's nascent punk community as it rose up under a totalitarian regime.
Sarah Moroz
12.12.17
Photography
Photography

brilliantly freaky photographs of young adulthood by torbjørn rødland

Ahead of his new show in Berlin, the Norwegian photographer discusses his love of odd couples and the symbolism of young adulthood.
Nadja Sayej
11.29.17
Photography
Photography

portraits of women wearing amazon’s strangest beauty devices

Evija Laivina doesn’t believe that mail-order nose shapers and cheek slimmers work. She does think they’re a fascinating sign of our times.
Alice Newell-Hanson
11.8.17
punk
punk

unforgettable portraits of young hardcore punks outside cbgb

In the early 1980s, Drew Carolan assisted Richard Avedon on his landmark project ‘In the American West.’ When Carolan returned to New York, he applied Avedon’s strategy to capture a new youth tribe on the edge.
Emily Manning
10.25.17
Photography
Photography

photographs that capture being an alternative kid in the countryside

Hair dye. Angst. Miles of empty fields.
Alice Newell-Hanson
10.24.17
Culture
Culture

how william wegman’s dogs became accustomed to traveling by limo

The photographer discusses his new book, a collection of 300 Polaroids of his beloved pet Weimaraners.
Nadja Sayej
10.5.17
Photography
Photography

jody brand's honest photos of cape town's little-seen youth culture

'Aperture' magazine is one of the most relevant and enlightening publications in the photography world. As part of a regular series, i-D presents a digital version of one feature from each quarterly issue. From the summer issue, 'Platform Africa...
Presented by Aperture Foundation
6.14.17
Photography
Photography

nancy newberry’s surreal photographs of texas cheerleaders and cowboys

For her latest project, “Smoke Bombs and Border Crossings,” photographer Nancy Newberry staged a contemporary Spaghetti Western across the U.S.-Mexico border. She talks to i-D about documenting rodeos and her lifelong exploration of her home state.
Alice Newell-Hanson
5.24.17
Culture
Culture

rediscovered portraits of the 90s teen tribe that inspired 'kids'

In high school, best friends Mel Stones and High captured their circle of NYC skaters, ravers, and punks — the same crew Larry Clark based ‘Kids’ on. Nearly 25 years later, they’ve compiled the photographs in a decade-spanning new book.
Emily Manning
5.23.17
Culture
Culture

joyful photos of black female bike crews

New York-based photographer June Canedo returned to her hometown of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to document the women of color staking their claim to a historically white male culture.
Alice Newell-Hanson
5.10.17
Photography
Photography

chen man is not the annie leibovitz of china, she’s chen man

Photographer Chen Man is often described as China’s Annie Leibovitz. But her personal hero is Michael Jackson, and she is just as hard to define.
Alice Newell-Hanson
5.10.17
New York
New York

iconic street photographer jamel shabazz shares his advice for the next generation

As he releases a brand new book, we speak with the photographer about throwback style and making memories in the digital age.
Emily Manning
4.26.17