Both locations are open for tattoos Tuesday thru Saturday noon to 8pm
So you may well be asking yourself.."How can I get an
For the artists in Greece it is easiest to speak with them directly - either stop in on a day that they will be in the shop or give them a call and set up a consultation time.
For artists in the Webster location it is best to stop in Tuesday through Saturday between noon and 8pm when there is a counter peerson available to help you set up your appointment. Starr can be reached via email. Joe prefers that you come into the shop. Pam does a little of each.
Deposits are required to hold an appointment time and vary with each artist and the amount of work you are booking for. Some artists only accept cash for payment (and deposits).
If you are looking to book an appointment with TeeJay, please contact her directly either by phone or via email before trying to stop in.
Are you coming from a great distance and can't stop in to book your appointment? Please contact your artist directly. Some of us book through email and accept deposits through PayPal, but that is up to the individual artist.
We will not book appointments over the phone without a deposit and authorization from the artist.
All of us accept cash.
Greece (585) 621-4460 or 621-2973
We are often asked what the standard tip for tattooing is.
We do not allow infants or small children in either shop.
Is this because we are evil heartless cretins?
Well perhaps, but in addition we have found that people do not want to leave just because their infant is screaming hysterically or their small child is running full bore from one end of the shop to the other. While these things may not bother you - and are normal for the wee ones to do... It can be very distracting to the artists and the running (and jumping) kids actually shake the floor and either one of these things risk ruining someone's tattoo. So please be considerate and leave the kids at home when you come in.
Beyond this small people have a tendency to put things in their mouths that have been on the floor - and none of us want your child to be exposed to whatever could be on the floor in a tattoo studio (even though we bleach mop the workstations every morning).
It's just not a good idea ever.
Please do not bring small kids into the shop.
If your teenager wants to come hang out, we have no problem with that.