- Artpop: Musicians Who Moonlight as Visual Artists
- The shock-rocking apocalyptic antihero identifies himself a watercolor painter, and his remarkable creations orbit a self-created art movement: Celebritarian Corporation.
- Marilyn Manson May Press Charges After Lethbridge Denny's Punch
- Marilyn Manson may press charges after he was punched in the face while enjoying a late-night meal at a Denny's restaurant in Lethbridge, Alta. last weekend, his manager has confirmed. Manson's manager told TMZ the shock rocker was approached by two ...
- Marilyn Manson aurait été frappé au visage après un spectacle en Alberta
- Le chanteur Marilyn Manson a apparemment été frappé au visage dans un restaurant Denny's, la semaine dernière, après un spectacle à Lethbridge en Alberta. TMZ rapporte en effet que, selon une source, Manson se trouvait au restaurant vers 2 h du matin ...
- 25 Unexpected Facts About Marilyn Manson (Only One Of Which Involves Mario Kart)
- He calls his art movement "Celebritarian Corporation" and owns a studio in LA called The Celebritarian Corporation Gallery of Fine Art. 25.
- Marilyn Manson: Return of the Living Dead
- Manson wanted the death stains to come through the face of Jesus, as a sort of homage to the Shroud of Turin. As I admire his work, he tells me about the art gallery he opened in Hollywood, the Celebritarian Corporation. The address is 667 Melrose Avenue.
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