Alfred Ng

Alfred Ng

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ALFRED NG

Hong Kong based tattooist Alfred Ng is the perfect inspiration for following your dreams. This rebellious ink-artist once ran away from home at aged 17 to pursue a lifestyle and career that demands hard work, dedication and respect.

His amazing talent has garnered acclamations from Hong Kong hipsters and international fashion magazines. He has also bagged side gigs as a columnist and his mischievous good looks have landed him modeling jobs.

Proud and passionate, Alfred lives and breathes his art. He views his American traditionalist rockabilly tattoos as a way of helping others express their personality with permanent mementos.

PONY identifies with his talent and determination in pursuing one own’s dreams.

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