Providing the tattoo community in Atlanta and beyond with a world-class experience! Our commitment to you extends beyond the quality of your tattoo.  As a custom design shop, our client’s trust each and every one of our artists to conceive a piece that is unique for them. Whatever your tattoo preference, black and grey or full color, the artists at Apocalypse Tattoo Company have our client’s best interest in mind. We are all about communication; so whether you want an old school or new school look, just tell us! Even if you have a picture or image you would like reproduced as a tattoo, our well-versed artists can handle it. Our goal is to give you the best tattoo AND the best experience possible. Our studio and artists are held to the highest of standards. We take pride in our work and our workspace. If you are looking for a top-notch shop, you won’t find a friendlier, cleaner or more sterile environment in Georgia!


Deposits will range from $60-$100 depending on size and detail. The price will come off the tattoo upon completion of the tattoo.

Must give 48 hours of cancellation notice;

if not you will loose your deposit.

*Deposits are non-refundable.


Savannah Tattoo Festival

(multi-award winning 2016-2017)


Thanks to our artists and clients, we are one of the top tattoo shops in Atlanta Georgia.

We strive to be the best tattoo shop and will do everything in our power to make your visit comfortable, exciting, and unique.


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($50-$150 FLASH)



Remove the bandage after 3 hours, but no more than 12. Don’t remove the bandage until you can properly clean the tattoo with mild soap and warm water. Rinse it well, sloughing off as much of the slimy coating that may have formed over the tattooed area while underneath the bandage. Gently pat it dry with a clean cloth or paper towel, then allow it to air-dry for 15 minutes before applying ointment. Apply A&D ointment or a specialty tattoo-healing product to the tattoo as needed, massaging a very small amount into the skin to keep the tattoo slightly moist, but NOT smothered. Use just enough ointment to make the tattoo slightly shiny, and blot off any excess. For the first day or two, your tattoo may require more cleaning or blotting, as the traumatized skin will still be losing a small amount of fluid.  Ensure that extra moisture doesn't get trapped under the ointment, by blotting and air-drying after each washing. The healing tattoo should never stay submerged in water.  Therefore, limit yourself to only short showers until the tattoo has finished peeling. It’s also important that a fresh tattoo be protected from the sun and dirty environments, as it’s still an open wound at this time.  All normal activities involving water or sun exposure can usually be resumed after 10-14 days. Only apply ointment for as long as it takes for your tattoo to peel, usually 3-7 days. When the peeling begins, the tattooed skin will flake like a sunburn.  At all costs avoid picking at the cracked and flaking skin.  When the tattoo has fully entered the peeling phase you should NOT apply any more ointment. The area will become dry and itchy, and a good quality, fragrance-free lotion can now be used until the skin returns to its normal texture. Troubleshooting: If bubbles form on the surface of the fresh tattoo, stop applying ointment, letting it dry and peel on its own. This bubbling is caused by moisture getting trapped in your tattoo, usually from too much ointment, and could lead to scabbing. If scabs develop, they can remove the color beneath them if prematurely removed. It’s important that they’re allowed to dry out completely, and not get waterlogged at any time. The scab will eventually fall off on its own, and the tattoo should be fine if no deep cracks have formed.



3115 Piedmont Rd. Suite A201-202, Atlanta, Ga 30305

We are in the Rose Bar parking lot middle red door




Tuesday-Sunday 1pm-7:30pm