these tyler mitchell photos for jw anderson are a scenic dream
We spoke to the designer and photographer about how the dreamy campaign came together.
steve lacy: musical wunderkind
Exclusive: About to drop a debut album unlike anything before it, Steve Lacy is the voice of a generation. Here, he finds a moment's peace in the Santa Monica Mountains to discuss a remarkable potential realised before turning 21.
these 19 photographers are making fashion's gaze more representative
We celebrate a new generation of POC and LGBTQI image-makers changing culture right now.
see tyler mitchell's best stories for i-d
With the 23-year-old set to shoot Beyoncé for the cover of Vogue, a look at some of his work for i-D, from Telfar to the women changing the art world.
beyoncé hires the first black photographer to shoot a us vogue cover in 126 years
After reportedly being given “unprecedented” control, Queen Bey enlisted 23-year-old Tyler Mitchell for the game-changing shoot.
why we need more designers like telfar
Telfar’s fashion isn’t making a political statement. He just thinks you should wear a dress if you want to wear a dress.
why we need to radically rethink the power structures of the art world
Kimberly Drew is an art world activist who works at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and uses social media to give visibility to artists under-represented by institutions.
exclusive: opening ceremony updates the iconic reebok pump
Photographer Tyler Mitchell shoots the graphic kicks on his own friends.
this gorgeous magazine will school you in the beauty of cultural diversity
Ahead of the release of its sophomore edition, we open the pages of "Niijournal."
five young creatives discuss black history month's place in america today
This year, the month celebrating the achievements and history of black people has taken on a whole new meaning.
tyler mitchell's year in photos
The most exciting photographers of 2016 share glimpses of their year in images.
atlanta’s young creatives sound off on their city’s renaissance
Follow Tyler Mitchell's lens to the Dirty South and meet the fresh new guard of artists, designers, and musicians putting Atlanta on the map.