Jonah Hill is making headlines this week with the unveiling of a new tattoo.
Sunday the Do not seek The star shared a photo showing off her new ‘body love’ tattoo, a patch on her shoulder featuring a design inspired by the logo of watersports clothing brand Body Glove.
In addition to dropping the “g” and making it “body love”, the actor / writer / director piece trades the flat hand typically seen in representations of the Body Glove logo for a gesture signaling the love.
Tagged in Hill’s post is @flatwavetattoos, an American Electric Tattoo Company artist and surfer named Mike, who then shared a special message of thanks for the actor and the message behind the new tattoo.
“Much love and respect for this legend! He said in an Instagram Story update. ” Thank you for the trust. I can’t wait to do more and love the message it contains. PMA until the end!
Body Glove later recognized the logo-inspired tattoo by sharing a number of posts about it on the brand’s official Instagram account.
In February, Hill – who was recently announced to star in a new Kenya Barris comedy for Netflix – shared an empowerment-centric post with fans after the publication of tabloid photos taken by paparazzi who he said the “Stalked” on a surf trip. .
“I don’t think I ever took my shirt off in a pool until I hit my 30s, even in front of my family and friends,” Hill said at the time. “It probably would have happened sooner if my childhood insecurities hadn’t been exacerbated by years of public mockery about my body by the press and interviewers.”
In the same post, Hill celebrated the age of 37 and finally a place in his life where he could “love and accept himself”.
“[This post is] for kids who don’t take their shirts off at the pool, ”he said. “Have fun. You are wonderful, awesome and perfect.
In the next Do not seek, on Netflix later this year, Hill plays the chief of staff (and son of POTUS) in a White House administration facing doomsday levels of chaos. Jennifer Lawrence leads the cast alongside Hill’s The wolf of Wall Street collaborator Leonardo DiCaprio, both playing the astronomers who must alert the planet of its impending destruction.