Appointment Process

Submit an online form or contact your artist directly to request an appointment. Your artist will get back to you to set up an appointment.

Must be 18 years or older, we do not accept minors regardless of parental consent for tattoos.


If you need to reschedule, please allow 48 hours in advance. If you do not inform us of your need to reschedule within this time frame, you will forfeit your deposit.

Hygiene & Sterilization Procedures

Blackbird Studio artists are trained in Bloodborne Pathogen and Infection Control procedures. All workstations are cleaned and disinfected before and after each session. Consultations with the Sudbury District Public health, we have ensured that all workspaces comply with health standards. All equipment is “single-use” and provided with an expiration date. All items that come into direct contact with skin are securely disposed of after each session. Workstations are provided in private offices with doors.

We require a detailed declaration of consent, wherein clients are informed of all possible concerns and clauses. We strive to adapt to the needs of each client, should there be any health concerns.


The pricing of a tattoo and tattoo removal depends on the size, location and complexity of the design. Our shop minimum is $160, although individual artists may charge differently, or offer flat rates.

Estimates can be provided with a general price range and are subject to significant changes to a design or unforeseen circumstances.

In order to book a personal service appointment, we require a non-refundable deposit to secure a date and time.

We accept all major credit/debit cards, as well as cash. There is a mandatory surcharge (State Tax of 4.5%) applied to card transactions.

Significant design changes after completing the booking process will result in a cost change, due to an increased time estimate and potential forfeiture of your deposit and appointment. Please let us know at least two or more days in advance should you require any significant design changes.

Risks Associated with Tattoos

A tattoo will always differ slightly from the drawing/stencil. There are many factors that determine this; skin type, tone, and body shape.

Complications, allergies, infections, and inflammation are all possible risks. Despite our compliance with hygiene/sanitation standards, there is always the risk of a reaction. Aftercare procedures will be provided, but it is up to you to maintain that regimen. Should you have any questions or concerns along the way, please contact us.