Entertainment Movies Cameron Douglas Shows Off New Tattoos and Buff Physique Following His Release from Prison Among his tattoos, Douglas has a butterfly sitting squarely on his chest, and portraits of his father, Michael Douglas, and grandfather, Kirk Douglas, on his abdomen By Jodi Guglielmi Jodi Guglielmi Instagram Twitter Writer-Reporter, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on August 3, 2016 03:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Cameron Douglas/Instagram Cameron Douglas has some new ink. In an Instagram photo from what appears to be Douglas’ personal account, the actor shows off his impressive collection of body ink. “Not going to quit until I get there,” he captioned the above shot of him standing outside, shirtless. Among his tattoos, Douglas has a butterfly sitting squarely on his chest, and portraits of his father, Michael Douglas, and grandfather, Kirk Douglas, on his abdomen. He also has the word “timeless” written across his stomach as well as the words “tick” and “tock” on his arms. And according to his Instagram caption, he plans to continue adding to his collection. Douglas, 37, has been active on social media since being released from prison after nearly seven years behind bars. His first post, from five weeks earlier, featured the quote “Be The Energy You Want To Attract,” which he followed up with a snap of himself working on a photo shoot for clothing brand Voyeur NYC. Douglas has also shared several photos of himself with his new girlfriend, yoga instructor Viviane Thibes. Just this week, he posted of a photo of the two with their arms wrapped around each another. He captioned the photo with a poem he wrote: “The Jewel of My Life, Timeless Beauty and Ethereal Light.” On Monday, the two were spotted walking hand-in-hand through Manhattan. Douglas was sentenced to a five-year prison term for possession of heroin and selling methamphetamine in 2010. But after he confessed to smuggling drugs into prison, Cameron’s sentence was extended. He had been scheduled for release in 2018, but is now living in a halfway house in New York City.