A number of Brad Pitt's tatoos has already been revealed to the public but fans recently spotted fresh ink on the actor's right arm as he arrived on the premiere of his newest film "Ad Astra" at the Venice Film Festival on August 28.

The figure looks like a man standing on top of his shadow drawn entirely in black ink. The actor has not made any statement on what the tatto means but its location may be able to tell fans something.

The tattoo sits just beside another tattoo - one that he got before his marriage to ex-wife Angelina Jolie in 2014. This bicep tattoo is based of a 13th century romantic poem by Rumi, US Weekly reports.

“There exists a field, beyond all notions of right and wrong. I will meet you there.”

Whether it is a tattoo of closure or remembrance of his relationship with his ex-wife is still unknown. After all, many of his body inks are related to her. Jolie's birthday is tattooed across his torso along with a set of lines on his back that was initially drawn by the actress.

Other members of his family are also inked in memory: A for Angelina, M for Maddox, S for Shiloh and V for Vivienne.

Here's a rundown of his other tattoos. Pitt has one on his left forearm that reads “Absurdities de l’ existence” which means "Life is absurd".

He also has a Buddhist symbol tattoo on his left stomach which he got to match the one at the center of Jolie's back. The tattoos, with grids and pyramids, are believed to give its wearer protection and health, according to a report. The Buddhist symbol sits just below Pitt's tattoo of lyrics from a Bob Dylan song "When The Deal Goes Down".

"We live, we die, we know not why, but I'll be with you," the tattoo reads.

Pitt and Jolie have announced their split in 2016 after court battles over custody and time spent with their children — Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne.

"Ad Astra" opened in theaters on August 29.

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Brad Pitt at War Machine Japan Premiere Red Carpet. Dick Thomas Johnson/Flickr

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