Justin Bieber with his complete sleeve tattoo


Within a month, after getting inked at 40000 feet during a private flight to Canada, the ‘Boyfriend’ singer has revealed a number of new tattoos to add to his list. Justin Bieber gets his last tattoo, for right now at least as he says it to be. Bieber shared his new tattoo with his fans on Instagram on 25th March.

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The new tattoo includes a boombox, a fish scale and a Korean mask. He posted a photo with the man responsible for the tattoo, Toronto-based tattooist Seunghyun Jo. The 20 year old pop star posted the snap on Twitter to thank the tattooist for the new tattoos, writing: ‘Love!!!! @seunghyunjotattoos great job man’, while captioning the snap of his arm: ‘I love Korea’.

The new sleeve features some new tattoos, from a variety of drawing surrounding the older tattoos that the singer had done two months ago of a jester’s head and the word “Love” written in Old English script.

On the outside of the sleeve, he tattooed a depiction of graffiti artist Banksy’s famous picture of a little girl reaching out towards a heart balloon, an angry version of the Kirby cartoon, a diamond, a black spade and an 8 ball. After this “masterpiece” is complete, the pop singer says that he is done with body art for a while now. As he captioned one of his picture: “Done with tats 4 a while…,”


Last week Seunghyun too shared a snap of a photo of him and Bieber, telling foloowers: ‘thanks @justinbieber for inviting me to your studio! It was a long night of tattooing you but worth it! See you soon brotha you are crazy talented’.

Before adding at the weekend:  ‘Holy s***… I’ve been awake 28hours straight from shift at Bieber’s but I still comoing to my shop @fyinktattoos everyday everyday’. So this suggests that the whole tattoo took more than one session to finish off.

Justin’s new tattoos came just days after it was revealed that the pop star had two new ones inked mid-flight from Panama. The singer told the New York Daily News: ‘it was really difficult.

The plane was shaking, so it’s like trying to do a tattoo while you’re driving over rocks … and so I have to compensate and be so, so accurate. I’ve gotta admit that my adrenaline was through the roof. I didn’t anticipate it would be so difficult.’


We still hope there are more tattoos to come for Justin.

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