Beginning From 13 Years, Dr. Woo Experiments Geometric Tattoos With Ink

Though Tattoo artist Brian Woo’s father wished him to study medicine, Woo’s interest lay centered in making tattoos right from his age 13. Sensing his natural bent of mind, he was sent for apprenticeship at the reputed Shamrock Social Club in LA. The doctor proudly says that his technique involves fine line black and grey.

According to him, it is the tattoo of a wolf made of his first set of signature circles and lines that has made him popular. Some of his other famous experimental geometric tattoos are chains on a person’s shoulder; wooden tree on a shoulder; and an owl on a leg. via shamrocksocialclub | FacebookInstagram (h/t mymodernmet, nyt) | via boredpanda