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Eddie Ha

Eddie Ha

Introduction

Eddie “Dragon” Ha, A Korean/American Los Angeles native, is an award winning tattoo artist who has honed his tattooing skills through years of dedication to the arts. Having been enrolled in advanced art courses the throughout his early childhood Eddie has mastered the technical understanding of perspective, shape, and form. This devotion to drawing led him to begin his love for tattooing at the age of 23. In 2013, Dragon started tattooing professionally, and began traveling the U.S. attending tattoo conventions. It was here that Dragon realized he was drawn to Japanese Traditional/ Influenced art— being captivated by the timelessness and technical aspects of this style of work. Dragon enjoys executing large scale pieces that capture his creativity, dynamics, flow and movement of his tattoos. Dragon is also a master at lettering— having made it a pillar in his tattooing career. For him, he sees lettering as a forever growing style, understanding the way calligraphy is both structured and  allowing for freedom to show creative flow. Overall, Dragon approaches his tattooing the way he approaches his perspective on life: forever growing and forever striving to become a better version of himself than he was yesterday.

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Biography

Eddie “Dragon” Ha, A Korean/American Los Angeles native, is an award winning tattoo artist who has honed his tattooing skills through years of dedication to the arts. Having been enrolled in advanced art courses the throughout his early childhood Eddie has mastered the technical understanding of perspective, shape, and form. This devotion to drawing led him to begin his love for tattooing at the age of 23. In 2013, Dragon started tattooing professionally, and began traveling the U.S. attending tattoo conventions. It was here that Dragon realized he was drawn to Japanese Traditional/ Influenced art— being captivated by the timelessness and technical aspects of this style of work. Dragon enjoys executing large scale pieces that capture his creativity, dynamics, flow and movement of his tattoos. Dragon is also a master at lettering— having made it a pillar in his tattooing career. For him, he sees lettering as a forever growing style, understanding the way calligraphy is both structured and  allowing for freedom to show creative flow. Overall, Dragon approaches his tattooing the way he approaches his perspective on life: forever growing and forever striving to become a better version of himself than he was yesterday.


Styles

  • Black & Gray
  • Japanese (Irezumi)
  • Lettering

Styles

  • Black & Gray
  • Japanese (Irezumi)
  • Lettering

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