DAVID BAILEY returns to the East End for a captivating trip down his memory lane.
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KINGS CROSS FILLING STATION, new North LDN cultural hub, lays on an evening of laser questing.
NIKE transform Brixton into a b-balling mecca for the World Basketball Festival.
ALLY CAPELLINO shines the spotlight on London’s fighting fit boxing community.
DEAN KISSICK dishes the dOCUMENTA dirt and tells us all about a curious canine incident.
NEXT MODELS buck the trend, shining the spotlight on four models with extracurricular talents.
MIMMA VIGLEZIO, i-D Associate Publisher, reports from the frontline of forward-thinking at TED Global 2012.
YOKO ONO, HERZOG & DE MEURON AND AI WEIWEI bring new meaning to park playtime with their Serpentine offerings.
ELLEN VON UNWERTH exposes the glittery allure of life behind closed doors with her new exhibition.
JENNY SAVILLE on the beauty of the body, YBA’s and how children make you see things differently.
BRUCE LACEY.Artist Jeremy Deller and filmmaker Nick Abrahams tell Pippa Brooks about Bruce Lacey.
GAVIN WATSON. The iconic photographer on teenage life and transformation.
ENCLAVE. We celebrate Go Skate Day with clean and supreme board babe Shaun Ponton.
THIRD LIFE. Photographer Norbert Schoerner on his new book, the www. generation and non-Olympic sports.
i-GROW: Summer Solstice. i-D’s glamorous gardener-in-residence Scarlett Cannon on the Summer Solstice.
HIP HOP SHAKESPEARE. MOBO award-winning artist Akala is re-educating the masses by spitting Shakespeare.
RAG TIME. Jazz hands, wonder numbers and a stellar cast, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre opens with a winner!
GRAYSON PERRY on his new project concerning taste: the good, the bad and the sometimes unfathomable.
JOHN COOPER CLARKE, the crown prince of punk poetry, speaks to i-D ahead of his appearance at Hay Festival.
HAY’S LATEST. Pearls from Terry Pratchett, music videos with a twist from Seamus Murphy and lots of rain.
HELENA KENNEDY. The Baroness, Labour peer and lady with her hand on the law talks to i-D online at Hay Festival.
DAY TWO HAY 2012: The literary fest. laid on a rock star line-up to see us through the Sunday storms.
DAY ONE HAY 2012: Kicking off our Hay Festival coverage with a review of Mayor BoJo’s moment in spotlight.
CHARLIEPORTER .NET is to the blogosphere what dog acts are to Simon Cowell… Unbeatable.