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!

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…


Nobody’s Darling Tattoo

I made this heart and dagger tattoo for David this fall, we have been working on his arm for a while and are starting to fill in some of the smaller spaces–it seems like almost everyone ends up with a good, dagger-shaped space! Thanks so much for trustin…


Lady Trieu Tattoo

I made this Lady Trieu tattoo for Karla a little while ago, in honor of her daughter. One of the coolest parts of tattooing is you learn so much about so many different things–I didn’t know anything about this story from Vietnam until Karla asked me to w…


Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing Tattoo

Pelle sub agnina latitat mens saepe lupina: Under a sheep’s skin often hides a wolfish mind. I recently had the pleasure of making this wolf in sheep’s clothing tattoo on Ben. This is a nice change of pace from all the other wolf tattoos I’ve made recentl…


Hey Ladies!

Here’s a couple lady face tattoos I’ve made recently. Besides snarly beasts and birds, human faces are probably my favorite subject matter for tattoo imagery. They’re really diverse in what you can work into the composition of the tattoo. What I’d really…


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…


Ship in a Bottle Tattoo

The technique of putting ships in bottles was developed during the early 19th century. On ship voyages that lasted months or years, sailors developed nautical folk art such as scrimshaw and impossible bottles during their off-watch time aboard a ship. The…