Sachs is Albuquerque’s Premier Tattoo and Piercing Destination.
Have been in business for over 28 years…
and absolutely love our customers!
Sachs Body Modification: Pioneering Body Art Since 1992
One location in Albuquerque’s historic Nob Hill. Shop is located on Central just east of Richmond. Open 7 days a week unless otherwise posted for holidays on official Facebook page.
* Reminder: Cottonwood location is closed.
Tattoos come in all different shapes and sizes. The shop minimum for a tattoo is sixty-five dollars. For specific artists, bookings, consultations, or general questions please visit or contact.
10 years experience
Inspired by traditional style tattoo artwork
10 years experience
Loves to do geometric inspired tattoos
James (Jimmy Aztec) Griego
7 years experience
Graduated from The Art Center
Sachs has been well known for pioneering in body modification within Albuquerque for the past twenty-seven years.
Generally walk-ins are welcome and no appointment is necessary for piercings. For pricing and details feel free to contact us.
In order to be pierced you must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid photo ID such as:
State issued identification card
Walk-ins are welcome and no appointment is necessary for piercings.
Having grown up in SACHS from a very early age, Callen has grown to become a modern day piercing expert!
Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. All minors must provide identification and proof of age and relationship to their guardian. Jewelry change-outs are excluded from this rule. Acceptable identification and proof of age and relationship include the following:
If you are under 18, you will need written consent from your parent or guardian. It must state where the piercing can be done.
All forms of acceptable identification are listed under the adults section. Names for both parent and minor on the last names or addresses must match.
If the parent has a different last name and/or address than the minor the following is required. Legal documentation (birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce papers, adoption papers, etc.) must be provided to verify the relationship.
If the legal guardian is not a parent, then the adoption papers must be provided to verify the guardian’s legal right to sign for the minor.
All legal documentation (birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce papers, adoption papers, etc.) must be notarized.
A school issued photo ID or yearbook picture accompanied by a birth certificate is acceptable identification for minors younger than driving age.