A growing number of people are calling upon artists to design unique tattoos for them. The designs feature everything from art nouveau to the works of children.
With skin art long associated with Japan's underworld gangs, one artist is defying pressure from the authorities to give up his profession. And supporters say that if he loses, the entire industry in Japan is at risk.
Violent hoodlums or insane music fans? The FBI branded an entire subculture a street gang. Now the Juggalos are marching on Washington to show the world what's behind their wicked clown faces.
A former prison inmate and gang member is among hundreds in Los Angeles to find a place in the sun - and a second chance - via a solar industry re-entry program.
There are millions of photos of Germany's chancellor, but the portraits by artists Colin Davidson and Elizabeth Peyton, created for magazine profiles in Time and Vogue, reflect the chancellor's international image.
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