At Sorry Mom you can expect a tattoo studio of a new kind. Arriving at this familyowned tattoo shop one is greeted by rustic wooden floors, high ceilings and an equally high standard of creativity and craft.
The owners, Dennis and Sabrina, regard Sorry Mom as their “third baby”; taking great pride in the chance it has given them to realize a dream. They are excited to share that with you as soon as you walk through the doors. The bright and friendly studio creates an atmosphere where all feel welcomed and the open space feels more like a gallery. The only difference is; at the end of the day the customer walks out wearing the artwork. Personal consultations with the artists will leave you confident that you are in good hands. And when you see your wishes and ideas put to paper, you will hardly be able to wait to see it inked on your skin. Sorry Mom.
Dennis studied Graphic Design at HBK Braunschweig. Even before graduating, he beganto work as a tattoo artist and to develop a strong passion for traditional, neo-traditional,and Japanese tattoo styles. Among other things, Dennis is known for his clean lines andhis portraiture. He particularly enjoys the chance to help customers create a work of artthat they otherwise could not create on their own. And with nearly ten years of experiencethere is inspiration for everyone to be found in his diverse portfolio.
Nina impresses with her professional and client-oriented workflow. She loves to design unique neo traditional styled tattoos, as well as fine & clean letterings, and has a special hand in floral and ornamental tattooing. In a consultation with her, you can work out your dream motif and ideas together, as well as getting to meet her pleasant person yourself.
Sabrina is the co-founder of Sorry Mom Tattoo and fortunately enough decided to pick up the needle herself about two years ago. With her unique inexhaustible source of ideas, she brings a breath of fresh air into the studio every single day and inspires colleagues and customers through her expressive designs. The bright colors and bold lines of her tattoos perfectly reflect her inviting and friendly nature and, just like herself, are guaranteed to put you in a good mood.
Anatoliy not only speaks seven different languages fluently, when it comes to tattooing he also translates every customer's request into a clean and clear tattoo. His "mother tongue" of tattoos, in which he feels most at home, is clearly the traditional style, which he has perfected through his stays in America and Italy. Due to his relaxed manner, he skilfully takes the tension out of every person who interacts with him.
Oli, also warm-heartedly known as "Onkel", is our all-round genius from Berlin. From fine and filigree letterings to nostalgic traditionals to gaudy and graphic blackwork, he not only is able to do everything a customer could ask for, but is a master of his trade. His tattoos are just like himself: modern, clear and blunt but always with a lot of heart - typically Berlin.
Florim took the long journey from Bamberg at the beginning of 2020 to join us as a tattoo artist after completing his studies in art teaching. Since day one, his learning curve knows only one direction: steeply upwards. We do not want to miss him and his expressive, dynamic traditionals since then.
Samira is the newest member of our SORRY MOM family. Her training as a tattoo artist began in 2022 in Lüneburg, before she then happily decided in June 2023 to return to her hometown to decorate our customers with her detailed, delicate, floral / ornamental tattoos. She convinces not only with her chic tattoos, but also with her calm and charming manner.
Marvin from the Halunken is coming from Bielefeld to Sorry Mom! He works with solid, clean Traditionals and is an expert in bringing your ideas onto your skin. Contact the Studio or walk by to get an appointment!
You can find the Sorry Mom Tattoo Studio in Braunschweig (Germany) on Güldenstraße 6.
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We are available for consultations Monday - Friday between 10am and 6pm. Just come by or call us and we will be there for any questions. 0531 60187278 Tattoo appointments can also take place outside these hours in consultation with the tattoo artists.
You are welcome to send us an e-mail or, even better, come by the Studio. That gives us the chance to talk to you about your tattoo ideas and schedule you for an appointment. Of course you call also us anytime at 0531-60187278.
Wait-times can differ depending on what you and your tattoo artist have in mind. For tattoos that are on the smaller side you can usually schedule an appointment with a relatively short wait-period, whereas you should allow a month or two to plan larger pieces.
You must be at least 18 years or older to receive a tattoo at Sorry Mom.
The prices for tattoos vary. Upon consultation with one of our artists you can receive a general price range for your future tattoo.
Pain varies depending on the region of your body that is being tattooed. In general, tattooing is a rather uncomfortable experience, however one that to this day everybody we know has managed to survive.
All jokes aside, there is no need to worry. The wonderful feeling of leaving with a unique piece of art on your body is much greater than those moments of pain that it took to created it.
For short sessions (up to 2 hours) we require a 50€ deposit. For sessions longer than 2 hours the deposit is 100€. At the end of your last appointment this deposit will be deducted from the overall cost of the tattoo.
In the case that you are unable to make it to your appointment, please let us know at least 48 hours in advance, otherwise the deposit will no longer be refundable.
In order to accommodate walk-ins we will occasionally have a “walk-in day”. Walk-in-days always take place on a Saturday. Please check out our website or various social networking sites for updates on when we will be hosting the next walk-in day.
Unfortunately the chance of an infection or allergic reaction occurring can never be completely ruled out, however, the likelihood of either happening is extremely low. We exclusively use inks that are accepted under the Tätowiermittel-Verordnung vom 13.November 2008 (BGBl. I S. 2215) (A German Federal Tattoo Regulation over the use of tattoo materials). Moreover, Dennis works with the Chayenne-Hawk-System. The system utilizes disposable gun-handles and needles, which prevent the possibility of an infection being contracted.
It is important to properly care for your new tattoo.
The best way to care for your tattoo will depend on a number of factors. Your tattoo artist will be able to give you some useful tips. What is fundamentally important is that you keep the tattoo clean and covered with a cream or ointment. During the healing process, which can last two to three weeks, it is important to keep the tattoo relatively dry (no baths or saunas, for instance, but showers are ok of course). A scab will likely develop on top of your tattoo and it important to leave the scab alone. Lastly plan to put any physically rigorous work or sports on hold for a few days after first receiving your tattoo.
We do have gift cards available at our studio. Make sure to also check out our Sorry Mom Merchandise-Corner, where we also have T-shirts, sweatshirts, bags, posters and stickers among other things.
We regularly have guest tattoo artists from around the globe come and work with us at Sorry Mom. That also means you have the opportunity to get a beautiful tattoo from an international artist right here in Braunschweig.
Oh and no reason to worry about possible language barriers, we will happily make sure communication is not a problem. For more information click here.
That is super easy. Simply drop by at your opening hours or send us an e-mail and we will take care of the rest.
Due to the current situation, we recommend that you come to your appointment alone.
Güldenstraße 6 38100 Braunschweig
Opening hours for consulting: Monday - Friday, 10 - 18 Uhr
Opening hours for tattooing: By appointment
Sorry Mom is located in the center of Brunswick, inside Güldenstraße 6.
You can find parking spots just on the opposite of the studio, on the edge between Güdenstraße and Südstraße.
In case you're coming by bus, the Line 413 stops just outside the door. The stop is called Südstraße.
The next tram station is Europaplatz, you can get there by taking either the M3 oder M5.
In case you still have any unanswered questions, feel free to shoot us a message - we'd love to answer them!
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Please don't forgot to include your name so we know who you are.)