Jaemin Oh, who is better known in the tattoo world as Sodam, considers it his priority to help people cover up scars and the bad memories associated with them.
If you ask someone what tattoos are and what they are for, first you will hear that they are accessories that decorate the skin. However, let’s also not forget that tattoos are often used for a completely different purpose: to cover up scars. The work of artists creating such tattoos really deserves the greatest respect and appreciation.
Scars can occur for a variety of reasons, but the memories and feelings associated with them are always the same. They are always negative memories related to complex operations, depressive situations and difficult trials. Can you imagine that a person would see a pleasant picture instead of a scar that would make him smile? It will be simply wonderful.
One of the brightest representatives of Korean tattooing, Sodam uses all the potential given to him to provide an artistic solution to the problems related to scars and to see smiles and satisfaction on the faces of his clients.
The Creative Path of Sodam
Jaemin Oh has been drawing tattoos for about 16 years. He is very good at different styles of tattooing. He even got an award for his “Black and Gray” tattoos. Before entering the world of tattooing, he worked as an art teacher at a school and studied at the university at the same time.
Realising that teaching at school is difficult to combine with studies, he started looking for another job. His quest led him to the world of tattooing, where he found himself as a specialist.
Sodam’s portfolio is quite large. He creates tattoos that belong to fine line, miniature, micro-realism styles. He has a huge army of fans in every style.
Sodam, communicating with the clients who came to him to hide their scars under a tattoo, decided to take a big humanitarian step. He started doing tattoos that cover up scars for free, thus trying to help overcome a difficult period of life or to forget the sufferings.