Baan Khagee Tattoo Chiang Mai
Selected Tattoo Artworks
What people say about Baan Khagee Tattoo Chiang Mai
First Tattoo Experience
For him it's not just about the money but you can tell that he's passionate about his work and giving back to the community. - Franklin Paniagua
Nothing cold as a conventional image of a tattoo shop but more of a friend’s home. - Lorraine Wang
Communication and service
From booking the tattoo, designing it and actually getting it done, I can only say positive things! - Tayla Whitehead
Kind words from other friends
He is personable, hospital, communicable, and easy going. - Walter Ballesteros
Unique nature and animal tattoos
I would suggest if you are looking for the tattoo with the nature style just simply give Nate a shout. - Phyllis Ng
The studio is very peaceful and clean. - Chays Brown
Hygiene standards & Aftercare
Even though you will come as a friend at Baan Khagee, a tattoo studio on the mountains in Chiang Mai, but your safety will be treated professionally.
Our tattoo inks are also vegan-friendly inks
Tattoo Artist at Baan Khagee Tattoo Chiang Mai
Hi, it's Nate
Art & Tattoo
I love getting inspired by new arts, then experiment and create my own differently and creatively, which also applies to my tattoo style. I have developed and crafted my own tattoo style which was Ethereal Tattoo (a tattoo with "flow") but it hasn't ended there. Instead, I've constantly been getting inspired by new arts, so my tattoo will always evolve.
Studio & Nature
I'm not usually drawn by the city lifestyle but always hands up for the simple local-ness surrounded by nature. Baan Khagee Tattoo studio is located on the mountains, outside Chiang Mai city which is peaceful, beautiful and really relaxing. Tattooing is an art form of connection, so it would be nice that we spend some time knowing and sharing each other our stories...on the mountains
Give back & The kids
Am I a big giver, trying to save the world? No, I am afraid not 😅 I like kids and love to see them smiles, especially kids in remote villages where things are not easily "available". So I have started a project called "Small Things Matter" which aims to give those kids smiles.