Our goal at Sea Wolf Tattoo Company is to provide Minneapolis and the surrounding twin cities in Minnesota with solid, bright, powerful tattoos that you can be proud to wear every day. Although at Sea Wolf Tattoo Company we primarily focus on traditional American and Japanese tattooing, we pride ourselves on being very diverse tattooers and are more than happy to tackle any of your tattoo needs.

Sea Wolf Tattoo Company is located at 1832 East 35th Street at Cedar Avenue across from Matt’s bar, in South MPLS, Minnesota.

Walk-ins Welcomed!

Snake and Skull Tattoo

Tough to go wrong with a classic! I made this snake and skull tattoo loosely based on an old Ralph Johnson design for Sarah. Traditional designs like this seem to bring out very strong opinions in one direction or another on “meaning” in tattoos. Those wi…


Black and Grey Girl Tattoo

I tattooed this black and grey girl tattoo on Andrew this fall–it was so cool to tattoo an art teacher! Growing up, art was always my favorite subject, I remember so many of my art teachers so fondly and still refer back to things I learned from high sch…


Michelin Man Tattoo

I did this Michelin man tattoo for John about a month ago to commemorate his time working as a bicycle mechanic in a shop that featured vintage posters of the Michelin man. The Michelin man’s official name is Bibendum, he is the symbol of the Michelin tir…


Filling Spaces

We did this wolf and rose to fill an awkward space and finish Jon’s forearm a couple weeks ago. Often when clients are filling spaces between tattoos, we struggle to figure out something shaped like the space, or don’t really end up truly filling in the g…


Southwestern Cuff Tattoo

I got to do this cuff tattoo for Emma a few weeks ago. It was really fun to loosely design the tattoo after southwestern jewelry–we tried to reflect it in the shapes in the design as well as the color palette. Cuff or band tattoos are always a challenge,…


Boar Head Tattoo

Nolan got this boar head with a spear going through it tattooed on his inner arm a few weeks ago. This was a great project, it was fun to play around with the similarities between the structure of a boar’s head and a wolf’s head. I also really enjoy tatto…