Living la vida Leibovitz!
One man's trash is another man's work of art.
This experiment from the 1950s shows how acid affects how you perceive the world.
Chicago-based photographer Freddy Fabris made headlines with his series of photographs recreating Renaissance paintings with auto mechanics.
It's a well-known fact that history repeats itself, often all over people's bodies in tattoo form.
You're not a true fan until you've permanently etched a musician onto your body.
Some tattoos you don't want to last forever.
George Hurrell and Clarence Sinclair Bull were known for taking striking photographs of Hollywood legends.
If you love someone, let them go...and get a portrait tattoo of them instead. At least these can never leave you.
Photographer Ulric Collette shows how relatives are similar and different.
Babies aren't in control of the strange and bizarre pictures their parents take of them.