Bob Dylan: Face Value will open at National Portrait Gallery in London later this month.
Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi set to end 10-year marriage.
Self-published erotic trilogy This Man by UK author Jodi Ellen Malpas gains legions of US fans. Print and film may follow.
Large and life-like, it's LEGO unlike anything you've probably ever seen. New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya has created a new exhibition inside Discovery Times Square in the heart of New York City.
Warner Brothers face challenge over copyright for global birthday song that brings in millions in royalties.
8.5m rendering commissioned by the Canteen diner shows the Son of God showing off impressive dance moves.
Rending by artist Kaya Mar shows Duchess of Cambridge wearing a halo and breastfeeding a baby with a corgi at her feet.
Speaking with IBTimes UK on camera, Princess Diana's portrait artist, Israel Zohar, talks about art, Kate Middleton and the Royal Family.
Artist Paul Blomkamp creates 4.2m(14ft) x 4.2m(14ft) portrait of Nelson Mandela.
Storm Thorgerson created some of the most famous album covers in the history of rock, noted for their haunting, cinematic style.
The human need to constantly improve the surrounding environment, through architecture, design, taste and sound is actually pushing the boundaries of technological progression, rather than the other way around, says Russian oligarch Elena Baturina.
Esteemed art historian, critic and professor Philippe Daverio says the industry is at a crucial stage of hybridisation, which is when designers create structures with traditional materials and technology.
Speaking to IBTimes UK at Milan Design Week 2013 on camera is Christophe Pillet who designed creative think tank Be Open's House of Senses installation. He tells us how hybridisation of architecture and design will be a key way to stimulate retail.
Delhi was drenched in the colours of the Holi festival on Wednesday (March 27th) as locals immersed themselves in festive spirits by pouring handfuls of bright coloured powder on each other.
Visitors to the Museum of Modern Art in New York are getting the chance to see an unusual performance: Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton sleeping in a glass box.