Think about your ink. One tattoo artist, Joey Pang, the only known artist to be professionally trained in Chinese calligraphy, has a two-year waiting list for clients.
Joey Pang’s work is exact in design and flawless in skill level, so much so that people wait two years for one of her tats, according to this article by Aljazeera, Calligraphy used to help transform perception of tattoos to high art, rather than rebellious images. The article includes a video report on Pang and some examples of her work. What do you think? We figure, if you’re going to get a Chinese calligraphy tattoo you want to make sure it’s right, so why not go through a trained Chinese calligraphist?
Fine art tattoos typically require ink free skin. If a tattoo artist is willing to cover-up your old tattoo, think again. Laser tattoo removal to lighten regretted ink is very popular. If you are regretting your tattoo, start the removal process today. Chose your tattoo artist wisely. It’s worth the wait!