International Tattoo Convention | Berlin 2014

Paul will be tattooing at the

24th Annual International Tattoo Convention

August 1 through August 3, 2014.



Paul will be representing the United States at the 24th Annual International Tattoo Convention in Berlin, Germany on August 1-3, 2014.

24nd International Tattoo Convention


Arena Berlin

Eichen Strasse 4

12435 Treptow


If you are planning to be in Berlin for the Convention, contact 407 Tattoo Studio and book an appointment with Paul for the show!








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Tattoos during the week – Tuesday through Friday – are by appointment, walk-ins are welcome but not always possible due to the high demand for Paul’s time. To schedule an appointment, please contact TLA Tattoo Studio.

Select Saturdays Paul is available for walk-ins ONLY.
Walk-ins are done on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please note: Paul is not available every Saturday of the month – please contact TLA Tattoo Studio to see if Paul will be available prior to coming into the shop for a walk-in with him on Saturdays.


2013 DC Convention & Brightest Young Things

DC 2013 Convention - PL

At the Third Annual DC Tattoo Expo on January 4, 2013 Paul was interviewed by Toni Tileva of Brightest Young Things–read the full article here.

So what’s “in” or “ink” this year? “Portraits, divinity symbols of all kinds,” explains Paul Loh of Occoquan’s True Love Always Tattoo Studio. “Ribs are really big this year…probably due to workplace appropriateness concerns. The skin is really soft there, but it is super painful and people always move when I am tattooing them there. I am hoping the ribs become ‘the new tramp stamp’ because it is so hard to do them,” he says jokingly. When I spoke to him, he was tattooing an intricate African mask piece on Erick Atkinson, who had other similar designs in homage to his heritage. The time requirement–three hours…lest you had any illusions about how quickly even outline-only pieces take.