That must be from Arrival... right?
Although the two do slightly resemble each other, I'm 100% certain that what you're really looking at is what's known as an Ensō circle; a symbol from Zen Buddhism that's traditionally hand drawn with a paintbrush.
Ensō circles are typically drawn with a single stroke, and in the picture provided it's done so in a clockwise direction. They represent togetherness, strength, and the ability for the mind to free itself and let the spirit create.
Google Images: Ensō
The circles from the film Arrival are distinct from Ensō circles in that they have unique, chaotic blotches that stem from the main circle (and sometimes with multiple blotches). Also, you can't tell where the circles begin and where they end in the Arrival circles; an indirect reference as to why humans initially had a difficult time communicating with the aliens, if you recall. In nearly every Ensō circle though, you can determine where the stroke begins because that's where the paint is heaviest.
Circles from the film Arrival, used by aliens for communcation.