A sample text widget

Etiam pulvinar consectetur dolor sed malesuada. Ut convallis euismod dolor nec pretium. Nunc ut tristique massa.

Nam sodales mi vitae dolor ullamcorper et vulputate enim accumsan. Morbi orci magna, tincidunt vitae molestie nec, molestie at mi. Nulla nulla lorem, suscipit in posuere in, interdum non magna.

Wyld Chyld Gets a New Awning


Brand New Well Designed Awning!

Wyld Chyld Tattoo (2606 Gerritsen Avenue)  this past weekend replaced their old awning with a brand spanking new one reaching across both store fronts.

They did expand next door, expanding their operations and from all accounts a great neighbor.

The tattoo shop is located at what used to be the short lived M & M Isurance, and if we go way back the former Brooklyn Public Library.




The temporary awning after they moved in.


I think this place lasted 4 months.

13 comments to Wyld Chyld Gets a New Awning

  • anonymous

    I remember Solly Rybecks Variety Store.. But I don’t recall the Library ever being there.?

  • Vanessa

    Looks much better! :)

  • Frank

    Big mistake

  • Annonymous

    I would not go there and get a tatoo they are overpriced and very over confident

  • beach bum

    library was a couple of blocks down the ave. close but no cigar

    • Anonymous

      sorry, but your wrong Beach Bum. The library was located there in the early 90’s for a couple of years after the one on Everett closed, while the new one was being built. I am not old enough to remember Rybecks,:), but I do remember the Post Office being there in the 70’s.

      • Anonymous

        I remember the library there. As for the people who run Wyld Chyld I think they are very nice and friendly I don’t think it makes the neighborhood look shoddy as someone said. I think if I was to get a tattoo I would like to get it from a confident tattoo artist.

  • Shea Holmes

    Now back to Wyld Chyld ,I believe that a Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing Business makes the neighborhood look shoddy and Cheap.I have noticed that these type of Businesses are usually in the lower end parts of towns.

  • anon

    Does anybody else think most tattoos are ugly? A good business to open would be tattoo removal. As the years go by a lot of people regret getting their tattoos.

    • Irish Kevin

      They look bad as time goes on. We are currently in a period where they are in,who knows maybe in five years or so they will be frowned upon.

  • Anonymous

    The awning looks NICE makes the storefront look profsessional not like other store signs that look like garbage. The people there make the store look professional and keep the place and the outside clean (unlike other stores on the avenue). I hope their business is sucessful