You Must Be 18 with Valid ID to get Tattooed

We Will Not Tattoo You If:

  • You are under 18

  • Don't have ID

  • Are under the influence of drugs or alcohol

  • Pregnant or breast feeding


  • Due to the size of the shop please do not bring any small children to the shop.

  • No eating or drinking

  • No Alcoholic beverages


Before Getting Tattooed

Make sure you get

plenty of rest, eat a good meal and drink plenty of water.

Caring for your new Tattoo.


Leave the bandage on for two hours. If the bandage is sticking to your Tattoo,

wet the area with clean warm water to slide the bandage off. DO NOT REAPPLY THE BANDAGE

Wash the area gently with a mild, fragrance free soap and warm water. Pat the area dry with a

clean towel. DO NOT SCRUB THE AREA. Wash your Tattoo in the morning and at night. After

washing, allow the skin tho dry and massage the area with fragrance free moisturizing cream

(Cetaphil or Aquaphor) for a while. With clean hands, wipe any excess moisturizer off.

PEELING AND FLAKING IS TO BE EXPECTED. This is totally normal part of your body's

natural healing process. Do not rub or pick the treated area while it's healing. Loss of color

and infection can occur. Avoid swimming or soaking for three weeks. Exposure to the sun,

over the years will fade your Tattoo. This can be avoided by using a strong sunscreen, at least

SP50. If you have any problems or questions call us at 718-204-7600.


must be made in person with the artist of your choice. You can call ahead to schedule a consultation, or just stop by. Please bring printed copies of any reference material you may have. You will need to leave a cash deposit to secure the appointment. This amount will be deducted from the final price of the tattoo (for multi session tattoos, it will come off the price of the final session). We do take walk ins in the event of a cancellation. Please call ahead first to see if anyone is available for your walk in.

Payment Methods

A the moment we only accept cash but will accommodate credit and debit cards in the near future.