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In the midst of being a brand new parent, Joe Jonas collected some new ink. On Monday, October 5th, Jonas's wife Sophie Turner posted a photo of her husband and fans were quick to notice some new tattoos. The tattoos in question are three small faces on his forearm, which many have suspected symbolize see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil.

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While the time frame of this new tattoo is still up in the air, the pieces look fresh and based on Jonas's past work, we can narrow down that these tattoos were likely inked by either Eva Krbdk or Dragon. Eva inked Jonas back in 2018, creating "The Persistence of Memory" by Salvador Dali on his bicep. Dragon has done several pieces on Jonas (as well as Turner) in recent years, including a portrait of his late dog Waldo in 2019.

Both Eva and Dragon are known for creating stunningly realistic micro tattoos, plus they're both incredibly familiar with the artist referenced in Jonas's piece. These tattoos are inspired by Italian artist Piero Fornasetti, who was one of the most prolific artists of the 20th century. Although he's known for jumping around to several different styles, he's often remembered for his artistic obsession with Lina Cavalieri. Cavalieri was an Italian opera singer who was born in 1874 and passed away in 1944. In 1952, Fornasetti came across her picture in a magazine and proclaimed her to be the most beautiful woman in the world, replicating her face for years to come. His Cavalieri collection became known as tema e variazioni and have been applied to numerous canvases—from plates to furniture to tattoos.

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