Tattoo Tattoo Art Studio & Boutique

Tattoo Tattoo Art Studio & Boutique

5.0 (5)
2 employees
9 years in business

About this pro

All of our artists including the owner have passed a blood-borne pathogen's course. Which means that we know how to control any contaminated area so it does not become cross contaminated to you or ourselves. We have a clean room separate from our bathroom with an ultrasonic and Autoclave that gets sport tested once a month. We make sure that all of our equipment that is a common instrument gets barrier film do you prevent contamination we only use needles once and then dispose of. If you were looking for a clean shop an artist that care that's us!

Greatest thing about our job is we make people happy. Most come in not knowing what they want not knowing how to go about what they want and we try to help guide and make sure that your tattoo experience is a wonderful memorable experience.We are well-rounded artist which gives us the ability to tackle any tattoo in between the two artist we have over 35 years of experience.

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Edgewood, MD 21040
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5 Reviews


  • Jewell

    Brandon is super experienced, very friendly and outgoing. The pricing is good considering that it's a very clean professional place and the tattoos come out amazing!! I will never let anyone else tattoo me.

  • Ryan

    Brandon is an awesome artist and really good work Plus pretty good with pricing.

  • Shawnee Saunders

    Brandon is absolutely AMAZING. He is the only artist I will let tattoo me or pierce me anymore. He cares about his customers and takes a lot of pride in his work.

  • Brianna Warner

    Brandon is a phenomenal tattoo artist . He treats his clients with the upmost respect . It took me a few years of getting tattooed to find the right artist and I can honestly say I have found the one I trust the most with putting permanent artwork on me ! His line work and shading is so prestige. I’m very happy with all of the pieces I have on me and piercings .

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Typically it's best for a customer to come in for a consult with any references they may have the more references they have the better ability we have of coming up with an amazing piece of art.At this time we will trace you out to make sure we have space and placement perfect for your tattoo and so it's drawn to fit your body no one else's. We ask our customers to leave at least a $75 deposit which comes off the price of your tattoo when you come in for your appointment. once you come in for your tattoo if any changes need to be done we can do so again we wanna make sure that you were very happy not just today but the rest of your life.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have been tattooing for 23 years. I also have been trained by premier pigments which taught me how to do cosmetic make up. If you need eyebrows, mucosal eyeliner, non-mucosal eyeliner, lip liner, lipstick, eyeshadow, blush, scar camouflage, and nipple/areola I have been trained on these procedures to best fit your needs on top of normal tattooing. If you're interested in micro dermals or piercings I have been trained by the inventor of micro dermals on how to properly set to reduce chances of rejection.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Piercings start at $40 and up

on Tuesdays are piercings start at 20 and up

1hour $150 each 

2-3 hours $125 each

4 hours $450 

5-6 hours $110 each

7 hours $700

8- more $100 each

How did you get started in this business?

I got into the business by first piercing. The artist I was learning under owned the shop and had a hard time keeping Artist working for him. He approached me with an opportunity to learn how to tattoo for nothing as long as I worked for him for a year. I figured nothing ventured nothing gained,So I tried it wasn't too bad at it. I invested in my self and did any kind of training I could find to learn as much as I could.

What types of customers have you worked with?

Since I've been tattooing for 23 years I have seen it all heard it all tattooed every place on the body some peoples skin ain't goes in great some people skin it goes in crappy but if you make sure you treat all your customers the way you want to be treated you can't go wrong!

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I had a customer that had breast cancer. So she had lost both her breasts and had implants put in but no nipples. I tattooed her nipples and Ariola's to make them look real with bumps and perfect shades so (they looked better than her real once's) she said. The tears of joy and the happy relief look in her face was well worth doing the tattoo. She was a full woman again!! Money can't give you a payment such as that!

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

The first thing I would look for is healed work in a portfolio and a certificate of blood-borne pathogen's to make sure they know how to control a contaminated area so it doesn't spread

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

First thing I would make sure it is not going to affect my career. And if it is going to affect your career that you're ready for that and not In denial thinking that tattoos are more acceptable and it's going to be OK. It won't be OK because tattoos are still looked at as taboo and will be turned down for a job or a promotion. make sure you weigh out all the pros and cons before making this life changing experience.

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