Matt Damon recently added a new tattoo to his collection of sentimental ink. The actor recently got the word “nomad” tattooed on his upper arm in honor of his late father, Kent Damon who passed away in 2017 at the age of 74.

The word “nomad” is not only the family’s surname spelled backwards, but also the name of Kent Damon’s boat, according to celebrity tattoo artist Winterstone, who shared photos and videos of the session on Instagram.

“Got to tattoo an idol of mine! Such a cool job to have great experiences like these,” Winterstone captioned the post.

Winterstone also revealed that Matt Damon even tried his hand at tattooing by giving the artist a tiny dot on his wrist.

“His first time tattooing!” Winterstone wrote.

Winterstone has previously inked Matt Damon with the names of his four daughters – Alexia, Isabella, Gia, and Stella – as well as his wife Luciano Barroso. The actor’s arm now features an elaborate design with various symbols and words that represent his loved ones.

Matt Damon’s new tattoo is a touching tribute to his father, who was also an actor and appeared in his son’s 2002 film “Stuck on You.” The Oscar winner has spoken fondly of his father in the past and credited him for inspiring him to pursue acting.

Winterstone is a popular choice among celebrities who want to get meaningful tattoos. He has worked with stars like Lady Gaga, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Kristen Cavallari, and more. His style is known for being delicate, elegant, and minimalist. Stay tuned to Thirsty For News as we bring you similar stories.

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