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Ritualistics has openings for seasoned artists to join our crew & be your own "Boss" but still be in a professional studio.  We offer a variety of incentives that make being a part of this amazing team a great choice for your career as an artist. Please contact Noni for further details.....we would love to hear from you!!



Welcome to Ritualistics!

At this time we do not have  artists that represent the studio, rather, they are renting space from us, however, we have been selective in who can do so as we continue to want to be sure of the "quality of work" that comes out of Ritualistics. The artists currently renting space are:

Scott Campbell go to to view his work, you can also e-mail him @

Mars and Stacey from Apocalypse Tattoos:   IG'S: apocalypse.tattos.incstacy.knight.13marz__ink

James Jarvis IG: slaytanic_ink666 or e-mail @

Please note * We are keeping this here as a source of information...

The artist's have thier own instructions and book thier own appointment's.


Your first step in getting a tattoo is to pick your artist. Portfolios are available. Each artist has styles or subjects that she specializes in. It is important to select the artist that best suits what you would like to have tattooed.


Once you have selected your artist, you will want to book an in-person consultation with that person (if you live far out of town, please refer to our "Out Of Towners" section at the bottom of this page).


 Consultations are usually free of charge (but please don’t waste the artist time by booking and then not showing up). Please note if you wish to book a consult with an artist you will need to get in contact with the artist directly.


When you come in for your consultation, you will want to bring any and all reference pictures/images/ideas that you have for your tattoo. You and your artist will go through this material to figure out what you will be getting done. At this time you will also discuss placement and size requirements of your design; as well as a budget and time estimation. At the end of your consultation, you will book either an art-view (to preview your design) or your actual tattoo appointment. Most artist's will require a deposit to book both types of appointments.


Now that you’ve had your consult and booked your appointment, it’s time for the artists to do their magic. Great tattooing is custom work, which means that each and every tattoo is hand-drawn by our artists. So while you’re eagerly awaiting your tattoo date, your artist will be busy creating your unique design. Your artwork will be made available to you, either through an art-view appointment or e-mail, before you come in for your actual tattoo appointment. This allows for time for last-minute design tweaks; and prevents unhappy situations.


So it’s finally tattoo day! Hazah! You will want to come to your tattoo appointment clean, sober and with a full belly. Snacks, beverages and comfortable clothing are also a good idea. If you must bring a friend with you, please keep it to one as we have limited space available in the tattoo area. All children should be left at home. At the end of your appointment, your artist will go over our aftercare procedures with you.


If you have any concerns about your tattoo while it is healing, please contact your artist and they will be glad to help you out. No questions are stupid questions. If you have a health/healing concern outside of regular business hours, please use the messaging portion of thier IG or e-mail and they will do thier best to get back to you asap.

Every artist sets their price, please inquire with the artist for hourly rate and minimum charge.



Please note * We are keeping this info here as a source of information... We do have artists renting space that will be happy to help you. Shoot them an e-mail, IG or visit thier website: Listed above!



Most artist's require a deposit to hold your tattoo appointment time and must be put down before any artwork will be done. Deposits are non-refundable, and will be taken off the final cost of your tattoo.


The deposit confirms your commitment to the tattoo; and in the case of a no-show, last minute cancellation or postponement, will be used to compensate the artist for their work and prep already done.


If you need to reschedule your appointment, you must contact your artist two full business days before your appointment. They may make exceptions for remarkable situations (death in the family; serious illness, etc.).


The size of the tattoo determines the cost of the deposit.  You and your artist will discuss the deposit fee during your consultation appointment.


“Why do artist's require I pay a deposit?”

All of our tattoo work is hand-drawn by our artists outside of the time we spend at the shop. As subcontractors, our artists only get paid when they tattoo, not for the hours spent creating the initial design. The deposit lets us know that you are serious, and that we won’t be wasting our time drawing something that will never come to fruition.


“Can my deposit be refunded?”

No. 99.99% of the time. We can make exceptions for extreme circumstances (moving out of province, death in the family) as long as no artwork has begun.


“How can I pay for my deposit?”

Please discuss this with your artist.


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