Jack Gilinsky’s 6 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Jack Gilinsky is a member of the American pop-rap duo called, Jack & Jack. Along with Jack Johnson, he rose to fame on the social media app, Vine. The duo has since then started their career as musicians. Their song, “Wild Life” reached no 87 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Jack has many interesting tattoos on his body. Let us take a look at what they are and the meanings behind them.

Jack Gilinsky

1. ‘1996’ Tattoo

Jack Gilinsky number tattoo

Tattoo: The lower side of his left forearm, just below his elbow contains a tattoo of the number, “1996” tattooed on it.

Meaning: The number represents the birth year of the Vine star as he was born on September 10, 1996.

2. ‘Butterfly’ Tattoo

Jack Gilinsky butterfly tattoo

Tattoo: The upper side of his left forearm, just below his elbow contains a tattoo of a butterfly on it.

Meaning: The butterfly is a symbol of change. Jack got this tattoo when he and his pal, Jack decided to change the career as a comedian to musicians which is something Jack wanted to do since childhood.

3. Matchstick Tattoo

Jack Gilinsky matchstick tattoo

Tattoo: The side of his left wrist contains a tattoo of a lit matchstick on it. Below the matchstick is the word, “sixth.” tattooed.

4. Feather Tattoo

Jack Gilinsky feathers tattoo

Tattoo: The side of his upper left arm, just above his elbow contains a tattoo of four feathers on it.

Meaning: A feather tattoo represents freedom and adventure which is why Jack got it.

5. Mad Tattoo

Jack Gilinsky mad tattoo

Tattoo: The left bicep of the musician contains a tattoo of the word, “MAD.” on it.

Meaning: Jack got this tattoo on his body as he thought the word describes his personality in the best way.

6. Scenery Tattoo

Jack Gilinsky scenery tattoo

Jack Gilinsky scenery tattoo 1

Tattoo: The backside of his left upper arm, below his feather tattoo, contains a tattoo of the beautiful scenery of the moon. The moon in the night sky, surrounded by clouds, setting down on the mountainside behind a large forest of fir trees.

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