Justin Bieber has a new tattoo.
The 19-year-old pop star took to Instagram today to show off yet another piece of artwork ink, which he recently had done on the inside of his elbow on his left arm.
"@bangbangnyc did this art ., Moms always watching," the Biebs shared, along with a photo of the tattoo, which appears to be his mom Pattie Mallette's eyeball and eyelashes. Surrounding the eye ink are his other many arm tattoos, including the world "believe," a knight in full-body armor standing in front of a castle and what looks like a tiger opening it's mouth.
Also in the Instagram pic is a black and white printed-out picture of an eye off to the side of Bieber's arm, presumably the image that inspired the ink and was copied onto Bieber's arm.
The Bang Bang tattoo artist who did the work also posted a pic on the shop's Instagram account with the caption, "Eye" got that @justinbieber please believe ya!" In the photo, Bieber, wearing a white T-shirt and white baseball cap, shows off the eye while standing next to the artist, who's pointing to the ink. They also shared the same pic that Bieber posted with the caption, "Close up of @justinbieber arm."
Bieber isn't the only celebrity to recently get fresh ink at NYC's Bang Bang Tattoo. Earlier this week, model Cara Delevingne showed of her new tattoo on the underneath of her left foot that reads, "Made in England." "Made in England! Finally...@bangbangnyc," the Birt beauty shared with the pic on Instagram. Bang Bang also shared the pic with, "And another one ❤ @caradelevingne."
Meanwhile, the "Boyfriend" singer posted a shirtless pic of himself (shocker!) yesterday with the caption, "Getting a massage watching the sunset not a bad evening." "Sunset is unbelievable," he followed it up with, along with a pic of the colorful sunset above a lake.
The Biebs is currently on the North American leg of his Believe tour. Tonight he'll play at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. He tweeted this morning, "Almost there Philly! #BelieveTour," and, "Back to work #BelieveTour." Tomorrow he'll move to the XL Center in Hartford, Conn.