Most of 's tattoos were done by four people: Lou Sciberras, Donovan Stringer, Albert Sgambati and Ken Cameron - who all worked at Tattoos By Lou in South Beach, Miami, Florida. The first nine tattoos were created over a four-year span, beginning in January 1991 until 1995. In the credits of the band's first album Albert Sgambati and Donovan Stringer were credited for tattoos, the latter simply referred to as 'Donovan'. All tattoos are listed in the order they were inked.
In 2007 Manson had new tattoos inked for the first time in 11 years.Baphomet On Manson's 21st birthday, band member and friend took him to Tattoos By Lou in Miami, Florida to get his first tattoo. At this same session, Gein got a Creepy Crawly Spider tattooed on his wrist. became known in the nineteenth century when it was applied to pseudo-historical conspiracy theories elaborating on the suppression of the Templars, and it became associated with a "Sabbatic Goat" image drawn by Eliphas Lévi. The tattoo appears on his upper left arm, under The Lucky Devil. Spooky Tree Also on Manson's 21st birthday, Manson requested a second tattoo that would mark his retribution. He presented to Lou Sciberras a rough drawing of a spooky tree reminiscent of a tree that appeared in several of the band's promotional ads, explaining how it had been copied without his authorization by a man referred to as Carl, who had persistently been imitating Manson. Having the image inked onto himself was Manson's effort to permanently copyright his own creation. Later, a skull was added as an extension of this tree, making the tree appear to be rooting from the skull. The tattoo appears across the outside of his right arm. Cyaegha In July 1991, Manson and Gein returned to Tattoos By Lou where Manson would receive his third and fourth tattoos, where tattoo artist Donovan Stringer was presented with Manson's pre-drawn art interpreting the Western German mythic creature formally called "Cyaegha the Great Old One". Both tattoos are typically comprised of a circular green eye at the center of a mass of black tentacles, each one slightly varied from the other. Reportedly, the right arm was tattooed first, and both were done in the same session. The fee was reportedly.00 and a six-pack of Heineken brew. The tattoos appear across the inside of both lower arms. Cyclops Sometime in 1991, Manson returned to Tattoos By Lou (possibly with Gein once again, but this is unconfirmed) to receive his fifth work of body art. The tattooing was performed by and depicted the head of a cyclops ( had previously recorded a song ). The tattoo appears on his right shoulder. The Lucky Devil Sometime around September 1993, Manson and began collaborating on artwork that would become Manson's sixth and most flamboyant tattoo. The Lucky Devil depicts a grinning red devil amongst a horseshoe with '1' and '3' at each respective end. Above the devil's head is an 8-ball and below it three dice, each displaying the number '6'. Staying ever mindful of how it would look onstage, Manson still gave Albert lots of freedom with the elements surrounding the devil's head. The tattoo appears on his left shoulder. Skull Sometime during mid-1993, Manson came to notice a sketch had been working on, depicting a long and narrow skull. The tattoo became Manson's seventh tattoo, and would become an addition of a previously inked tattoo, a deviated tree. The tattoo appears across the outside of his right arm. Uncle Creepy In Fall 1994, Manson had been looking into getting a tattoo of Uncle Creepy, the narrator character and "host" of the Warren Comics horror magazine, Creepy. Manson approached longtime tattoo artist in regards to the tattoo, but Sgambati was unable to come up with a satisfactory drawing. Fellow Tattoos By Lou artist Ken Cameron (southbeachtattoo.com) drew the design directly on Manson's arm and Manson decided to have Ken Cameron do the tattoo instead. The tattoo appears across the outside of his lower left arm. Cobweb It is widely believed that this simple tattoo depicting a cobweb was won by Manson as a bonus for winning the award for Best Vocalist at the Slammie Awards in Florida on. However this is uncertain due to the fact that the tattoo offer was offered by Outrageous Tattoos, whereas all of Manson's tattoos by this point were inked by Tattoos By Lou. An alternative to the theory on the artist responsible is that Ken Cameron returned to ink it in conjunction with the Uncle Creepy tattoo, similar to the case of the Skull and Tree tattoo. The tattoo appears on his left wrist. Beezlebub In Spring 1995, Manson returned to Tattoos By Lou to attain what would be his tenth and last tattoo for well over 11 years, inked again by. This tattoo depicts Beelzebub, the Lord of the Flies. While not directly a fly, two eighteenth century magical textbooks, the Grimorium Verum and the Grand Grimoure, state that the supreme trinity of evil consists of Lucifer, Beelzebub and Astaroth. When summoned by a magician, Beelzebub appears in the form of a huge fly, allegedly. The tattoo appears on his upper right arm, under the Cyclops. Spiral Heart On, 2007 - over 11 years since his last tattoo - Manson had a new tattoo inked on his left wrist at the same time had her thigh tattooed in a joint session at their home. It is a simple tattoo of a spiral heart used throughout the era, possibly derived from/inspired by the 1935 horror film "Mad Love", though it is unknown as to who the artist is that did this tattoo. It stands for and Manson stated that If he'd want to cut himself he will break someone's heart. Totenkopf During the tour interim period Manson had a new tattoo inked depicting a green skull by could be found on his upper right arm. The tattoo is identical to the Death's Head included in the imagery of 2006 (). Butterfly Manson had a tattoo of a skull butterfly designed by Martin Emond tattooed on his left wrist. A picture of the full tattoo still has to appear. The tattoo was done by "Dark Mark" of (now of ) in Auckland City, New Zealand. A picture of Manson getting the butterfly tattoo inked can be seen. WOW On April 20, 2009, TMZ spotted Marilyn Manson at an airport sporting a new tattoo on his outer right wrist which reads "WOW", likely in reference to from. Manson has since stated that the tattoo was inked because of how many times the word is said. Tursaansydän As revealed in the liner notes for The High End of Low, Manson has received a fourteenth tattoo. This depicts a tursaansydän, a symbol believed to bring good luck and protect from curses, and incorporates a swastika in its center. Tursaansydän has been used in Finland for centuries as a magical symbol, often carved on wood, and its still used today. 15 Manson revealed in a May 2009 interview with Noisecreep that he received another tattoo, which reads "15", behind his ear, describing it as "the new number of the beast." Manson's Fiancée Evan Rachel Wood also has "15" tattooed behind one of her ears, as well. etc. Manson also described in the May 2009 interview with Noisecreep the "etc." tattoo he had inked on his inner-right wrist. He explained, "I've seen on the news, stories about death, rape, murder and they tack on the 'et cetera.,' which shocks and amuses me. Such terrible things have become mundane and reduced people to 'etc.,'. I got 'et cetera' tattooed on my wrist. If I cut my wrist, I would cut through 'etc.,' which is triply ironic." Kot The first new tattoo was published on the 28th February, 2011 by L.A Weekly in their blog. According to the book "Criminal Tattoos" this tattoo came from Russian criminal culture. It includes a cat with glasses, a rose, knife and a nazi swastika on the hat. According to the "Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia" by Danzig Baldayev, the meaning of this tattoo is "I turned 18 in prison". M-Swastika Another tattoo has been discovered on his neck in various photos in early February, 2011. The Born Villain tattoo is located directly above Manson's heart. No Reason Manson was pictured by L.A. Times photographer Lawrence K. Ho in May 2012 with the words "No Reason," a recurring lyric in the song "," inked on his left wrist directly above his Spiral Heart tattoo. Friend shares the on his arm. It has been reported that Damien Echols shares the same tattoo. (Unconfirmed) The Les horseshoe tattoo on wrist 2018 Fleurs du Mal Manson said in an that he and friend Johnny Depp share a tattoo based on the artwork of Les Fleurs Du Mal (The Flowers Of Evil) by Charles Baudelaire. The tattoo has yet to be seen in it's full form, and is located on the back of each man. Celebritarian Cross In December 2012 a Russian fansite uploaded an image of Marilyn Manson with a celebritarian cross on his back, below his hairline and above where the Les Fleurs du Mal tattoo would be. Solve Coagula In January 2014, Manson revealed new tattoos that goes from the back edge of his hands to his wrists. The term originates from Solve et Coagula, an alchemy reference. Roughly translated, it means "Dissolve and join together" or transmutation. The tattoo was done at in L.A. Fated, Faithful, Fatal (Unconfirmed) Death's Head (Acherontia atropos) As of Jan. 13th, 2016, a new tattoo of a Death's Head Moth appeared on Manson's left collarbone above the Born Villain tattoo. Acherontia atropos TDP L The L tattoo is dedicated to, who died in 2016. Love This is a tattoo taken from the film character, Buffalo Bill played by Ted Levine in the 1992 film 'The Silence of the Lambs'. Double Cross Sigil of Lucifer Orphic Egg Sigil of Lucifer over an unknown tattoo BOOM BOOM as seen in "" video (rotated) Tripple lightning bolt Swastika triangle (?) on the left chest WILL/RUST and on the knuckles of the right and left hands respectively
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