Makda Iyasu loves R Kelly, high fives, English Frank and ice cream. Born in the sunshine state of Miami, Florida, this pocket-sized and now fully fledged East Ender, first became aquainted with British culture via the grittier pastures of Kentish town. Studying Film & TV at Brunel University, she then went onto intern at Paper Magazine, TimeOut New York and UNDP before working for FILMCLUB and Channel 4. Today Makda spends her time having fun, hanging out with her girl Rebecca Thomas and listening to Grime whilst shooting short documentaries and music promos.
LARRY TEE’s Super Electric Party Machine, captured on film by Makda Iyasu. Dance like this…
GET WITH ME DIVAS. Rebecca Thomas and Makda Iyasu document club scenes and underground stars.
TATIANA, QUEEN OF HAIR EXTENSIONS chats tresses and chihuahuas with i-D online.
REBECCA THOMAS AND MAKDA IYASU raise their lenses to creative London’s most spotlight-worthy ladies.
PLAN B. Just Kids Issue cover star Ben Drew gets personal with i-D.
JULIANA SISSONS AND SCARLETT. Designer in Residence at the V&A, Juliana Sissons on fashion past and present.
MAN LIKE ME don’t like interviews or cameras so i-D online asked them some questions and filmed their answers.
BASSO & BROOKE talk print theories and man power as they launch their debut men’s collection.
Malteser Kara Messina is stirring a menswear movement with her print-tastic, technical tops.
MATTHEW STONE AND PRINCESS JULIA took to the i-D NOW stage to issue a survival guide for creative Londoners.
ROBERT RUBBISH: The artist, co-founder of Le Gun and one half of The Rubbishmen muses on social happenings.
SAM FAIERS is here to say “Move over Harrods, step aside Harvey Nics, the only was is Minnie’s!”
MISERY BEAR drops by the i-D HQ to eye up Abbey Lee and spread some bitter beads of wisdom!
JONATHAN SAUNDERS: The prince of print talks i-D online through his latest projects.
IMOGEN HEAP takes us to the bottom of her garden, the birthplace of her fourth album to date.
i-N SESSION: NEW LOOK. Model/singer Sarah Ruba and keyboardist Adam Pavao play us some music.
BEATY HEART are a throbbing bunch ready to burst onto the scene with their rambunctious rump-a-pum-pum.