News The spherical cartoon-like sketch incredibly helped catch Glenn Rundles - who does have a rather round head

The local sheriff’s department has had the last laugh after a drawing widely panned as the worst police sketch ever has helped catch their suspect

The marriage of Figaro and footie

I'm working-class, tattooed and a football fan. I also run an opera venue. So don't call me elitist, says Michael Volpe

We need to talk about Kevin. Everyone does

Public don't understand why KP is still in the side after long run of poor form

Album: Cocknbullkid, Adulthood (Moshi Moshi/Island)

In all the year-end fuss about Jessie J, Clare Maguire, etc, Anita Blay, aka CocknBullKid, seems to have been largely overlooked – a criminal oversight, as her debut Adulthood suggests she may be the most idiosyncratically talented young British artist of her era.

Tyson's tattooist sues over 'exploitation of his artwork' in film

The face of Mike Tyson is at the centre of Hollywood's latest high-stakes intellectual property dispute, after the man who designed the ex-boxer's distinctive facial tattoo filed a lawsuit against the studio behind the sequel to The Hangover, claiming that film-makers have illegally reappropriated his artwork.

Boy with the crime-scene tattoo: Gang killer betrayed by body art

The jury that found gang member Anthony Garcia guilty of murder in a Los Angeles court this week must have been pretty sure they were making the right decision: the defendant had evidence of guilt quite literally written all over him.

Ready To Wear: There are tattoos – and then there are fashion tattoos

Are tattoos ubiquitous to the point where they are no longer desirable? That is the question.

Home tattoo kits 'are putting teenagers at risk from disease'

Teenagers are putting themselves at risk of debilitating and potentially deadly blood diseases by buying DIY tattoo kits over the internet. At £60 a time, the kits come with inks, needles and designs but there are no controls over age of the recipient, infectious diseases, or cleanliness. Children have caught hepatitis from such kits, which are cheaper than visiting a professional, particularly if used several times.

Celebrity tattoo artists - Who do they ink they are?

We’ve had A-list hairdressers and celebrity stylists – now the tattoo artists to the stars are stepping into the limelight. Gillian Orr gets under their skin

Tattoos: Marked for life?

Around 20 million people in Britain have tattoos – and many of them suffer agonising regret. Nick Duerden visits a charity that can erase the pain

Duffy's 48-hour drinking binge

Duffy once went on a 48-hour drinking binge.

Man attacked after confronting bin vandals

A man who asked three men to stop throwing litter was subjected to a "mindless" unprovoked attack which left him in hospital, police said today.

Interior design scandal: wallpaper bares all

Why not paint a naked body with wallpaper, says artist Emma Hack in an exclusive interview with Annie Deakin

Jack Vettriano: The poster boy of popular art

He's been accused of plagiarism, painting by numbers and shameless commercialism, yet Jack Vettriano has still managed to produce the most recognisable, and popular, art work of the last 20 years with The Singing Butler. It hasn't made him happy, though, he tells Alice Jones

The Girl with the Magic Tattoo

Even with Angelina Jolie's approval, Cambodia's mystical body artists are struggling to survive. Andrew Buncombe reports
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Tunisia fears its Arab Spring could be reversed as the new regime becomes as intolerant of dissent as its predecessor

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King Arthur: Legendary figure was real and lived most of his life in Strathclyde, academic claims

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