Photos

Photography

this photographer makes a good case for wearing spf this summer

Pierre-Louis Ferrer's haunting ultraviolet photography reveals just how much the sun affects your skin.
André-Naquian Wheeler
6.25.19
News

music uploaded to myspace might be gone forever

A server migration resulted in the loss of over over 50 million songs that were uploaded from 2003 to 2015.
Nicole DeMarco
3.18.19
Culture

exclusive: élite's omar ayuso and arón piper return to the place where 'omander' was born

See TV's new favorite couple at the Valmayor Reservoir in Madrid.
Álvaro Piñero
11.13.18
Nightlife

le palace was the studio 54 of paris

The legendary nightclub was patronized by aristocrats, punks, workers and an LGBT community seeking what we would now refer to as a 'safe space.'
Antoine Mbemba
10.25.18
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
Photography

photographing the raw spirit of young america today

"It’s not Trump’s America — this is the real America.” Czech photographer Marie Tomanova captures the diverse faces of America's future in over 200 photos.
Hannah Ongley
6.28.18
Fashion

sasha frolova's solo honeymoon in vegas is extreme self-love

A glittery Sin City escapade in the name of empowerment.
Hannah Ongley
6.1.18
Culture

surreal portraits of john malkovich as iconic david lynch characters

Including the Log Lady, Agent Dale Cooper, and the Elephant Man.
Hannah Ongley
5.17.18
Culture

model jordun love recreates iconic black hairstyles from album covers

He pays tribute to artists like Janet Jackson, Prince, and Stevie Wonder.
André-Naquian Wheeler
2.23.18
Culture

mark morrisroe's gritty 80s polaroids of his lovers and friends

As an exhibition of his electrifying photographs opens in New York, i-D revisits the short life of the teen-hustler-turned-punk-artist who once left a turd in Nan Goldin’s mailbox.
Emily Manning
2.1.18
Culture

robert whitman’s intimate photos of prince on the cusp of fame

After hearing an early demo tape of “Soft and Wet,” Robert Whitman signed on to shoot a shy 19-year-old musician named Prince Rogers Nelson. 40 years later, Whitman shares some exclusive unseen photos with i-D.
Hannah Ongley
12.13.17
Culture

photographs of the world's most extreme gabber and hardcore fans

It remains one of the most original subcultures of the last few decades and continues to amaze us with its unique aesthetic. A new photo exhibit in Amsterdam shows the international sides of hardcore between Italy, the Netherlands, and Japan.
Amanda Margiaria
10.11.17
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