Tattoo parlor, art gallery with a haunted twist slated for downtown

Posted at 8:37 AM, Jul 30, 2019

RICHMOND, Va. — The Arts District is set to get a tattoo shop with a haunted twist.

SinnerG Tattoos, which will combine a tattoo parlor, haunted house and art gallery, is preparing to open at 315 E. Broad St., next to the new Gather coworking space.

Married couple and local tattoo artists Sabrina Elliotte and Jorge “Gwooki” Aguirre are behind the new venture. The couple moved to Richmond three years ago, bringing backgrounds in the performing arts, including special effects, acting and set creation.

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