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The story of Angel Ortiz, Keith Haring's overlooked collaborator
A new exhibition in London – 'King of Hearts' – marks Angel's comeback to the art world.
Performance artist Sophia Giovannitti on her exhibition Collateral
The artist Sophia Giovannitti’s boyfriend welds a white bed frame into a sculpture, as she sits alongside him in an alleyway, embodying the role of the author and viewer; muse and artist. She is nearing the culmination of her six-hour performance piece, titled A Machine, when we meet during the …
Why digital cameras are having a renaissance
The 2000s relic has found its way back into our nostalgic hands
Photographing the vibrant graffiti scene in 80s New York
In ‘Spray Nation: 1980s NYC Graffiti Photos’, Martha Cooper captures the energy, sharp style and vivid colours of the city’s underground art scene.
Inside the NGV's epic new Chanel exhibition
Stepping into the Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto exhibition feels a lot like exploring the DNA of the century-old luxury brand.
i-D Meets Alexandre Mattiussi in His Hometown Gisors in Normandy, France | i-D
"I was going to do fashion. It was written." - We speak to AMI founder and designer, Alexandre Mattiussi on how he became one of fashion's most eminent designers. Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i_D Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE …
Life tips and makeup tricks with Singapore's rising stars Iman Fandi and Sierra Li-Xing
In partnership with Make Up For Ever.
Parcels and Gucci are a match made in heaven
Parcels have long served up effortlessly coordinated, lanky-haired style...
The strange allure of the toothbrush selfie
Why are candid mid-brushing pictures such an enduring social media flex?
13 Singaporean creatives on emerging stronger in 2020
To say that most people had the rug pulled out from underneath them in 2020 is, unbelievably, a real understatement...
Haunted dollhouses: Why are they all over Tiktok recently?
Halloween might have been and gone, but creepy miniatures are an enduring internet obsession in a year of being trapped inside.
How Omegle made a quarantine comeback
When clubs across the UK closed in March, 21-year-old Amber turned to a surprising alternative to meeting randoms in the smoking area: Omegle. “I really missed being out in clubs and meeting loads of new people, so I thought, ‘I’ll just go on Omegle’ and then I actually met some …
Artist and model Aya Shalkar's work addresses women's rights in Kazakhstan
When Aya Shalkar made the decision to tackle women’s rights in Kazakhstan with her latest project, there was no such thing as COVID-19.
Yenata's candid photography unveils a liberated side of Seoul
Yenata is a young Korean photographer who studied fashion design before realising her passion for photography...
Why TikTokers are writing to prisoners
TikTok is no stranger to politics — whether it’s current rumours of it being banned in the US, videos encouraging safe protesting for BLM activists, or that time teens on TikTok apparently bought out Trump's rally**.** As the app has exploded in lockdown popularity, the platform has become a space …
TikTok is making this budget skincare brand sell out everywhere
With 12.6 billion views, #skincare is having a moment on TikTok and its holy grail find seems to be CeraVe’s range of skincare products.
The boys who were almost in One Direction
Today, they write music, perform solo or own restaurants. But 10 years ago, these three men narrowly missed out on becoming a part of the biggest boyband of all time.
Here’s how young activists are feeling about the Labour Party right now, by Jenna Mahale
"Let’s face it, 2020 has been no-one’s year. But if you're a recent graduate or a progressive activist in the UK, the past few months have felt particularly dire." I spoke to Jenna Mahale on what it feels like to be a young activist today.
This TikTok duo are creating the most gen Z love story ever
There isn’t yet a gap TikTok hasn’t filled in the existential void of online culture. Memes, lip syncs, and nearly every new pop culture reference either starts from the app, or finds its way there. One of the latest TikTok trends entertaining people has been “Tevin”, the ship name for …
The complex phenomenon of Boy Love dramas
The viral East Asian films center queer love stories in countries that can be less than accepting of LGBTQ+ people.
Exploring Bardcore: YouTube’s obsession with medieval covers of Lady Gaga
Medieval references have had a special place in pop culture for a while now. The aesthetics of the Middle Ages -- which spanned from the 5th to the 15th century -- have worked their way into different corners of the content we consume, from mainstream television to meme pages. Something …
The internet community unearthing lost episodes from your childhood faves
When the breakthrough finally came on Christmas Eve 2013, Daniel Wilson had spent over four years leading a crack team on an extensive search, organising online petitions and speaking to huge multinationals. Daniel is the Australian founder of Lost Media Wiki, a 10,000 strong community of dedicated digital detectives who …
Maxine Ashley is ready to take pop music by storm
The Bronx-based artist, model, and Ariana Grande collaborator tells i-D about her eerie new track ‘Runaway.’
Half Waif's summery, synth-pop will brighten your day
Nandi Rose explains how the isolation of her Hudson Valley home brought her latest album 'The Caretaker' to life.
How strippers are telling their own stories on YouTube
“Some people started to find out about where I was working and they started to form their own opinions about it," Cristina Villegas begins. "I wanted to take control of my own narrative so I decided to start vlogging my work experiences to show what it is really like and …