As he opens his first-ever museum retrospective this month, we speak to the artist who helped take tattoos mainstream.
Still Not Asking For It is a US-based event celebrating women and survivors. Artist Liv Wynter explains why her studio, Red Point Tattoo, is bringing it to the UK.
Horiren 1st is among the world’s most sought-after tattoo artists. But in a country where body art is considered taboo, her journey to the top hasn’t been easy.
Silvia Castro Pérez pursued her dream job as an architect until it felt like a creative dead-end. Then she taught herself how to tattoo, opening up a new world of possibilities.
Oozing fetishism and violence, Michele Servadio’s strange tattooing rituals are being performed around the world; creating spectacles that fuse art, music, and exorcism.
Amy Black’s tattoo parlour in Richmond, Virginia helps clients with scars from illness or surgery reclaim their bodies with needles and ink.
One Brooklyn-based, immigrant-run tattoo parlour is transforming bodies into a protest space for freedom of choice in the age of Trump.
From high class beginnings to the myths of inked up criminals, tattoo historian Dr Matt Lodder plots out a history of British body art.
Mark Leaver's photography project looks at facial tattoos; a misunderstood and stereotyped group, already a niche within a subculture.
Dr David Ores is on a quest to change lives by removing bad tattoos from former gang members, ex-convicts and victims of human trafficking - free of charge.
Chris Magnusson of Deepwood Tattoo talks DIY tattoo guns and getting paid to draw stupid things in Northern Europe.
When Wildstyle began in 1995, European tattoo culture was barely visible. Rebel artist and photographer Clayton Patterson explains how two decades of touring with Wildstyle has helped win the culture the respect it deserves.