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Ever since its first publication 40 years ago, ID Magazine has remained faithful to its youthful, rebel theme, and never runs out of contemporary styles, models, and artists to fill its pages. As a designer, I’ve found that inspirational mediums are a matter of creative taste as opposed to any clear-cut industry relevance — which means that new ideas come from the most independent places. With ID Magazine, its punk-era street style vibe is a canvas for visualising new impossible designs that resonate with originality, and I genuinely appreciate anything that keeps its edge over time — which ID Magazine seems to have only sharpened with the years.