Nothing but love for Tommy Oh's thrilling, tempting tattoos of sad girls, comic panel cut-outs, and faceless portraits. Despite its blackwork undertones, Tommy works mostly in a linework-based style that dwells on clean outlines and simplistic designs. He occasionally mixes up thing a bit with pops of colors and minimal dotwork details. His tattoos are composed of both classic tattoo designs and contemporary elements such as a retro comic style and acid color.
Tommy Oh (also known as Tommy O'Halloran) started tattooing a couple of years ago since leaving London to pursue art. He currently works alongside Curt Montgomery, a saucy folk art tattooer, and Lydia Marier, a serial sad girl blackworker at Holy Noir Tattoo in Toronto.