FAQ

Can I bring a friend?

A: Sure. It’s always nice to have someone accompany you if you’re a little uneasy about getting tattooed, especially if it’s your first. However, please limit your crew to 1-2 people.

Can I bring my child?

A: Please make arrangements for childcare before coming to get tattooed. A tattoo shop isn’t the best place for children. Often there is language and other visuals not suited for young eyes and ears. In addition, it is not recommended by the Health Department.

Do I need to leave a deposit for an appointment?

A: Yes. A deposit is the only way to secure an appointment. Your deposit covers the artists time for research and preparing the drawing. It also goes towards the final session of your tattoo. If it is a small tattoo, it will go to the final cost of the tattoo. Deposits are typically $50 for smaller pieces and $100 for pieces taking more than an hour. If you cannot make your appointment(s) please provide at least a 48 hour notice. The deposit is non-refundable and is subject to void if you neglect to fulfill your obligation to make it to your appointment(s).

Do I need to tip?

A: Tattooing is a service, and tipping is always appreciated but never expected. Tipping as a general rule in a service industry is a common courtesy and recommended to be handled just as you would a stylist, waiter and/or waitress.

Do you do design work?

A: Yes. Our studio offers design and illustration services on a custom basis.

Do you do piercings?

A: No.

Do you have a shop minimum?

A: Yes, but it depends on who you prefer to get tattooed by. Each artist has their own minimum.

Do you take credit cards or are you cash only?

A: We take all major credit and debit cards, however, cash is always preferred.

Do you take walk-ins?

A: No. All of our artists book by appointment only. If you would like to get tattooed, please contact the artist you wish to work with via their individual page to set up a time for a consultation and/or tattoo.

How do I book a consultation?

A: Booking a consultation is the best way to ensure you are on the same page with the artist. Times for consultation vary depending on the artist, but your best bet is to try and book consultations when we open and close to ensure our undivided attention.

How do I book an appointment?

A: The best way is to come to the shop and talk in in person. Aside from that (especially if you are from out of town) you can give us a call and set something up that way. We are a small operation, so bear with us. We will be sure to get back to you as soon as possible.

How do I find your shop?

Our shop is at 118 S. 17th Street in the big white brick building on the left hand side of the road. We are upstairs in the building. You’ll enter on the south side of the building through a common area and come up the stair case into the shop. We have signage that hopefully points you in the right direction.

What are your hours?

We are open Tuesday through Saturday from noon-7pm.