Inside Tattoo Artist Dr. Woo’s Secret NYC Tattoo Shop | Behind the Craft | GQ

One of the world’s hottest tattoo artists—with fans ranging from Virgil Abloh to Amanda Shires—set up a two-week residency in the Freehand Hotel. GQ met up with the artist known for his exceptional detail and intricate designs to hear more about his craft and the evolution of the tattoo hideaway.

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Inside Tattoo Artist Dr. Woo’s Secret NYC Tattoo Shop | Behind the Craft | GQ


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44 thoughts on “Inside Tattoo Artist Dr. Woo’s Secret NYC Tattoo Shop | Behind the Craft | GQ

  1. ppl that get tattoos like this just see the same thing on instagram and is like i want this exact thing, don't change it bc i have no imagination, i just want to post it after and show everyone how cool i am

  2. This is whole lot of gas. He's a good tattoo artist but he's built up this personal brand of hype similar to designer clothes brands. I don't even wanna know the prices people pay for this "designer tattoo experience". But whatever, secure the bag Dr Woo

  3. Name drops “Virgil Abloh” in the beginning for what reason? Lol no offense but there are way more talented tattoo artists out there that don’t get the recognition they deserve. Also single needle, microscopic tattoos don’t last over time… People are so fascinated by a “celebrity” tattooer. That whole waiting at the lobby, and then someone gets you BS, isn’t an experience – it’s just a gimmick.

  4. He markets himself more to the hipster crowd. But as for being a super talented tattoer i think he is overated. His clients talk about how crazy skilled he is with designs and the video shows him tracing something he printed out lol.

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