Newly single Brad Pitt turned heads when he was spotted leaving his art studio in Los Angeles, California.
The 53-year-old actor was seen wearing dark sunglasses, a pair of distressed denim jeans, brown boots and a white T-shirt, which revealed what appears to be a new motorcycle tattoo on his left bicep. The ink was more prominently featured in a photo taken for his recent GQ Style spread.
It's no secret that the father of six is a motorcycle enthusiast, and on several occasions, he's been seen arriving to his art studio on his hog.
In 2015, he narrated the documentary Hitting the Apex, which followed six of the fastest motorcycle racers the world. Ahead of the movie's release that year, Pitt also brought his and Angelina Jolie's son, Knox, to the MotoGP British Grand Prix Race at Silverstone in England.
Just a few months before he and Jolie announced their divorce, Pitt was also seen solo at the Born-Free Vintage Chopper and Classic Cycle Show in Silverado, California. He even posed with some of the promotional women at the event.
Needless to say, it shouldn't come as a surprise to fans that Pitt would have a motorcycle tattoo.
In March, it was revealed that Pitt and Jolie got matching tattoos just months before their split. Ajarn noo Kanpai, a former monk in Thailand, gave the couple their ink in February 2016.
Jolie got three intricate "magical" Sak Yant marks on her back, while Pitt chose another Buddhist symbol to be placed on the left side of his stomach, a source told ET, adding that the ink was "to symbolically bind them as husband and wife."
Check out the estranged couple's matching tattoos: