total luxury spa is using streetwear to uplift their community
i-D talks to Daniel DeSure and Hassan Rahim about building one of LA's coolest brands.
how ‘minding the gap’ addresses mental health in skating
The film’s director, Bing Liu, discusses anxiety in skate culture and breaking through the stigma and silence
illegal civilization is more than just an l.a. skate crew
Meet founder Mikey Alfred, as he tells i-D about touring with Tyler, the Creator, producing 'Mid90s' with Jonah Hill, and organizing IC's first music festival.
7 dope female skaters that are starting off 2019 right
It's a good time to skate like a girl.
ryder mclaughlin of 'mid90s' is indie film's chillest it boy
The Illegal Civ skater tells i-D how he went from sharing videos on Instagram to starring in a Jonah Hill movie.
yayoi kusama is about to drop the year’s hottest skate line 🔥
The Japanese artist has teamed up with MoMA on some very dotty, very limited edition skate decks.
this short film explores lgbtq bias in the skateboarding community
We sat down with the creator of 'Blue Like You,' NYC artist and photographer Tom Kneller, to talk about the experience of being an openly gay skater.
this new zine captures the raw beauty of south africa's female skaters
Fresh from the launch of her brand new zine, we caught up with former Dutch pro-skater, Louisa Menke, to talk film, photography, and female empowerment.
empowering photos of skater girls of color
Adrienne D. Williams never saw skaters who looked like her. With "MS.RPRSNTD," she's bringing diversity to the L.A. skate scene.
cambodia’s young female skaters are ready to spark a cultural revolution
Earlier this year, British photographer Hannah Bailey traveled to Cambodia to capture its thriving skate scene, led by Skateistan, a not-for-profit organization teaching girls to skate.
we found skateboarding paradise, it's in copenhagen
Skate, party, skate, party, repeat. The Copenhagen Open is where you want to be.
these photos are a love letter to the heroic skaters of love park
Taken over three years, Jonathan Rentschler’s photographs capture the rebellious spirit of the much-loved skate park before its untimely closure.