Today on the blog we’re talking to Tan Vo about the intersection of two of his passions: tattooing and gardening.
A Natural Inclination
Tending Tattoo Gardens
We’ve talked in past blogs about the fact that a good tattoo artist will help you to choose the best size and placement for your piece, and Tan is no exception to that rule. “But I always try to accommodate your vision so long as it keeps the integrity of our work,” he adds: You can trust him to work with you to design a piece that is perfectly placed and properly sized. “After that, you can do anything with flowers.”
A Little Patch of Heaven
Let Your Tattoo Vision Grow
Whatever plant-based piece you have in mind, Tan will be happy to put both his artistic and botanical skills to use. He’s equally fond of color and black-and-grey floral pieces, and he’s adept at incorporating leafy elements into designs in both traditional and unexpected ways. Whether you’re coming in for a simple rose or your fifteenth floral tattoo, he wants you to feel totally at ease: “It’s our job to make it look good,” he explains—and at Paper Crane, that means creating an authentic piece of art that you’ll be proud of for years to come.