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MISERY BEAR drops by the i-D HQ to eye up Abbey Lee and spread some bitter beads of wisdom!
Natasha Poly makes something super beautiful on the cover of The Pick Me Up Issue. Phwoar.
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL: who to see, where to go and what to wear courtesy of i-D online.
CHRISTIAAN NAGEL is the street artist placing giant mushroom sculptures on London rooftops in the dead of night!
RON ARAD: The floppy-hatted artist, architect and designer talks through his latest work.
THE BIG CHILL. Does exactly what it says on the tin.
TIME TO TUMBLR: A selection of i-D’s tip top tumblrs to follow!
ROBERT KNOKE is the Berlin based artist scribbling fashion and art’s best loved figures.
PETER BLAKE lends his iconic pop art aesthetic to the enduringly hip Fred Perry label.
FREDERIK FERRIER is the love language speaking, glossy haired model turned singer who was Made In Chelsea!
DAVID MUSHEGAIN decrees we Don’t Call it Cool in his très-hip exhibition at colette in Paris.
FRANK LAWS is the princely painter with an eye for craftsmanship who peeks beyond bricks and mortar.
Bin the Bic. Fluff your brushes. Sharpen your blades. Joe Mills is here to provide salvation for your skin.
SUE TILLEY talks to i-D online about the genius of the 80s and her memories of the late Lucien Freud.
MAKING WAVES: Last chance to see the awe-inspiring Yamamoto installation at The Wapping Project.
HIP-HOP: A CULTURAL ODYSSEY demands you clear off your coffee tables.
LGVL are the photographic duo Lydia Garnett and Vic Lentaigne, opening their second show FACE in Hoxton.
KATSU NAITO photographs transexual streetwalkers in NYC’s meatpacking district circa 1990.
Spreading “magic, luck and friendship”, Miami art duo FriendsWithYou will put a smile on your face!
HELMUT LANG has destroyed his archive for art’s sake.
WOBBLE & SQUINT are the artistic duo curating shows in disused London buildings – and takeaway shops!
YOLANDA KETTLE is the LAMDA graduate treading boards with her fluid theatrical finesse!
TADAO ANDO: The Japanese architect has just unveiled his project ‘Silence’ in London.