This artist wants your menstrual blood for a performance piece de-stigmatising periods

‘Jackson stands motionless in the corner of the Television Lounge of a derelict Police Headquarters, where the TV-set was previously situated.

Photographer captures the beauty and intensity of his girlfriend giving birth at home

'It was a very intense, tense, unique, and exciting experience'

Photographer fights ginger discrimination with vivid portraits of redheads

She wants people to be proud to say 'I am ginger'

100 homeless people were given disposable cameras, this is what they shot

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Dismaland: Banksy accused of being a 'sellout' after Brad Pitt reportedly getting private tour

'Banksy is a privileged sell out who makes 'art' for upper/middle class white hipsters'

Artist takes LSD, draws herself over different stages of the 9-hour trip to show its effects

'I tried to draw what was inside my head, but in the middle of it, things were happening outside my head instead.'

Dismaland: Banksy releases delightfully grim Disney World parody trailer

Dismaland...where dreams don't come true

The Little Mermaid sculpture at Banksy's 'Dismaland'

Dismaland: Palestinian artist thrown out after protesting against Israeli works

Shadi Alzaqzouq, 34, lay down “like a corpse” in front of his two artworks

The Little Mermaid sculpture at Banksy's 'Dismaland'

Dismaland: The artists doing cooler things than Banksy at his 'bemusement park'

More than 50 artists from around the world have been invited to take part in Banksy's latest show at Weston-super-Mare. Take a look at their contributions

This artist carves skulls out of pearls

Wearable skulls were a favourite of Alexander McQueen

Dismaland tickets: Website crashes again as Banksy denies online ticketing error is a hoax

A spokeswoman for the artist has insisted those trying to get tickets are not part of an extended performance piece

The boy punches a hole in the million dollar painting

Taiwanese boy takes a tumble in museum and punches a hole in a painting worth $1.5 million

The 17th-century Italian masterpiece will need some restoration

The Little Mermaid sculpture at Banksy's 'Dismaland'

Wedding couple cancel honeymoon to Cuba to go to Banksy's Dismaland

'The UK's most disappointing new visitor attraction' now does weddings

Dismaland website 'unable' to sell online tickets as rumours of Banksy ploy grow

Investigation into claims problems created intentionally

Thousands struggle to get tickets to Banksy's Dismaland 'bemusement park' on first day of opening

The park's bizarre website teases users trying to buy tickets

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