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Functional wearable art at the ancient Hellenique(=Greek) world

Posted on Nov 13, 2016 by konstantin schonros in Uncategorized | 0 comments

 The influence of ancient Greek  attire in fashion today

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Ancient fabrics resulting from the basic raw materials, animal, vegetable or mineral, the main wool, linen and silk. For the weaving of these raw materials used vertical loom weights. The fabrics have resulted, depending on the type of garment for which it was intended, sewn with rafides or needles, copper, iron or bone. Unlike the Minoan and Mycenaean period during which the production of clothes needed special sewing and cutting, from the Archaic period onwards garments were the basis of a fabric in a rectangular shape, as it came from loom or sometimes more pieces sewn together. 

The ancient Greeks had at their disposal wool, linen and leather to manufacture their garments. Silk was known but it cost a fortune and it was a privilege only rich and monarchs. The conquest expeditions of Alexander the Great to India imported cotton in Greece. Cotton cultivation is mentioned by Pausanias.

The Greek civilization affected the world in its heyday but despite many still in effect today. A sap sectors Ancient Greeks affect us today is of course the clothing. First affected were the Romans. Mark Antony according to Plutarch allegedly harbored great sympathy for the Greek fashion of the era.

Followed by Renaissance artists. At first their interest was limited to the study of Ancient Greek Art diasothisas to transpose it into their own works. Some proceeded to reconstruct clothing as costumes for theatrical works eterpan their oppressors Renaissance. Adapted from the aesthetics of the Renaissance and Baroque artists, the ancient Greek attire survive through these artistic creations.

The main types of Greek garments remained the same for many centuries. Because of their simple basic form could be easily differentiated as to the decoration or the way it was folded and strapped depending on the fashion of the time.
construction techniques

The main types of ancient garments were:

Veil


The woolen veil, female garment, were formed into a rectangular fabric which does not even need to be sutured. The fabric is folded to one third of the height once outwards thus forming a fabric volume, apoptygma that fell out the back and chest. The closed side of the fabric is usually located on the left side of the body. With clasps and pins pinned to the top edge of the fabric so as to create an opening for the neck and right arm. On the left side of the web had two edges down and four over the height apoptygma, which could be used as a head cover. The web could be worn over the tunic.

Chiton ( Χιτών)

Another basic type garment was the Chiton, which was worn by both men and women and was linen. Here, the original shape of the fabric was tubular, but usually without apoptygma. The points in the fabric were sewn were the long sides and shoulders. So tunic formed sleeves, the sleeves, which were short and bearing journals. The tunic with sleeves called cheiridotos.

Two types of ancient tunic: one, the wide, was sewn on the upper edge, leaving openings for the head and arms and was locked up with a series of small buttons (fig. 11). The narrow sheath on the other hand was completely closed at the top, except for the opening for the head, while the openings for the arms were at the top of the lateral sides.
If you pull the loose robe cloth at the height of the armpit upwards, then created depending on the width of large or small openings like sleeves which in the upper side bearing seam or line buttons. In the narrow tunic on the other, the sleeves should be sewn separately.
The veil and tunic often worn with a belt at the waist. Women gathered enough robe fabric back, which again fell down, forming the bay. In short male coat a portion of the fabric passing under the crotch from back to front and then fixed to the belt so as to form something like shorts. The tunic when not zonontan called orthostadios and if enough as the onomazontanpodiris soles. The tunic worn by men, and later wore the elderly, priests and celebrations. In daily life they prefer the short tunic as offering freedom of movement, especially for soldiers and hunters. A kind of tunic was eteromaschalos or exomis with uncovered one shoulder garment worn mostly by hand.

Imation (=garment)

Characteristic garment of the Archaic period was the so-called oblique himation from 700 BC about onwards, known to archaic Kores (Kouros in masculinum – Kouroi in pluralis..Ex: (Astronomy):“Διοσκουροι” – Dioscouroi= the sons of Dios (Genetivus of the irregular ZEUS=Zupiter much later in Latin) ) or alias Karyatides from(ancient Hellenique): Karyon(=walnut),derived from: kara(=Dear, head; in Doric Dialect) synonym of Cephalo=HEAD).That`s whyKaryatis (young girl, who`s head is supporting the Temple of Erechthion in Parthernon of Acropolis (=Edge of the city).

 The garment was a long cloth that passed under the left armpit, the wrapped around the chest and back and snap over the right arm. On the other hand fall open downwardly.
The garment may also be mounted symmetrically to fall free in the back, with the two ends of which passing over the shoulders forward, hanging down or again wrapped around the hips or cover the hips and one edge to pass over the back of the left shoulder and falls freely forward. The garment was worn by men and women.

Chlamys 

The cloak was exclusively male garment. Usually it was shorter than the garment. The fabric is folded once vertically and fastened on the right shoulder with a brooch or pin, to cover the left arm from the closed side of the fabric, with the right completely uncovered. The cloak was more clothing for teenagers, travelers and soldiers.
Although the weaving was a basic household activity, not missing and various textile workshops that produced luxury fabrics in different colors and decorated with intricate designs. Famous was for example the transparent fabric of Laconia and Taranto, luxury Corinth, Megara and Miletus.
In some ancient cities were bans on the kind of clothing should be worn. For example the only Syracuse courtesans could wear colorful clothes. Solon in Athens allow the bride to have up to three garments in the dowry, while strict was also the regulations of various shrines in relation to clothing.

In some cases the Greek attire accept the various effects of the barbarian clothes, like for example the kandy in depictions of the 5th century. in Athens, the long overcoat with long sleeves.
In Sparta colorful clothes were partners features, while the soldiers fought with purple tunics. Brauron again krokotous girls wore tunics, settlers in Panathenaia wore purple and white Athenians. The priests and priestesses usually wore azosto tunic and cloak once over with rich decoration, white clothes, rarely purple. The jury in Olympia also wore purple and dark Nemea. At funerals wore black and dark colors, while Argos wore white. Generally in everyday life clothes were simpler, which of course depends on the profession. The manual, rural people and slaves wore the exomida, farmers over tinkatonaki wore a thick wool skirt fleece fishermen the form of a woven mat and herders to diphtheria.
Bibliography:
Blanck H., Introduction to Private Life of the Ancient Greeks and Romans

Pekridou Gorecki A., Mode in der Antike, 1989.

Ancient headgear
(Perigrafi)- Construction Techniques
The simplest type of headgear for the sun and dust, was the one to pull the himation over his head. On trips and walks usually wore a felt, wide-brimmed hat, generally hemispherical shape, called petasos.
The pilot was a conical cap without visor which is usually worn by the craftsmen at work. Macedonia was the usual broad, flat bonnet, the combustion part of the national costume. Burning in the rest of Greece was cover of sailors, boys and ordinary workers.
The pole, straw, was tall, cylindrical headdress rather open up. In the Hellenistic period, it was the usual so-called tholia, flat round hat with small, central, conical shape. The end miter was kind fabric skullcap found in many variations and either draped all hair or leave free a portion of the bun.
Bibliography
Blanck H., Introduction to Private Life of the Ancient Greeks and Romans, MIET, Athens 2004.
Suggested Activity
Instructions on how to build a veil:

  • You need a large piece of cloth. The length must be sufficiently longer than your height. Also, when you fold the two should reach from one another in your elbow. Folding at the point pointing sketch.· Wrap around you and pinned the shoulders with two safety pins.· Tie a belt around your waist and pull a little fabric to appear relaxed. Your web is ready!Instructions on how to build a robe:· The length of the fabric must be at least equal to your height. When folding the two must reach from one end of a hand to the other end of the other hand.· Sew the side of the fabric as shown in the sketch. Sew the fabric so as not to open. Do not forget to leave openings for the head and hands. He wore the robe.· Tie a belt around the waist and pull the fabric slightly to “fall” slightly. Your tunic is ready! 
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  • ancient Shoesgeneral introductionAncient pottery, and our relevant sources provide a wealth of information on the footwear of the ancient Greeks. The variety even ancient shoe reveals the diverse technical knowledge obviously possessed ancient shoemakers to manufacture all these shoes.
    For all of ancient footwear dominant feedstock was skin. We know about that leather was often imported product, as even in cases and the same shoes.
    Roughly speaking, the underlying items of antiquity were footwear: sandals, consisting of the sole which restrained with straps in the leg, the actual footwear covering the leg to the ankle and the boot covering the foot with the leg. Among these basic types exist in between projects in a wide variety.
    Perigrafi- Construction Techniques
    Specifically, the shoes of ancient Greeks were
    The following:
  • · The greaves, fabric, leather or metal· The ‘closed’ shoes· Boots, so called endromides or area· The perimiria covering thighs warriorsSandals;· The cothurnusThe shelves;Generally these types of footwear as shown in angiography, have great variety in terms of decoration and motifs flying. From Alcaeus and Sappho referred shoes Scythians and sandals from Lydia.Generally the ancients rarely wore closed shoes. They prefer sandals, as their purpose was the protection of soil and the preservation of clean feet. The sandals were also the most common type of shoes which wore women who passed and most of the time at home. The Greek sandals differed from ancient Egyptian to the effect that the Greek had a number of strips to which were fixed safely on foot. The rich were those who wore leather sandals, while the poor wore them with wooden soles. The upper part of the sandal was usually skin colored, likely from goat. The soles were from bovine skin and even better quality and consisted of several layers. The sources said that wealthy citizens, as Alcibiades and Iphicrates create fashion with their sandals, and that often the slaves carrying the shoes of their masters.

The kripis(κρηπίς) was a something in between shoe sandal and low shoe and stated that worn by soldiers. Had nails and considered a relatively “crass” shoe. Intermediate type between sandal and shoe closed, not completely covering the foot and comprised of straps that go up high on leg (13b). The mainly worn by soldiers, hunters and hikers, often over the socks.
The cothurnus often worn by women and men. It was a closed shoe without insole, passing above the ankle, made of both soft leather that fit in both legs (13c Blanck / 21). The cothurnus also belonged to the costume of the tragic actors. even considered as the shoe was discovered by Aeschylus to increase the level of the gods in theatrical performances, and had high sole.
The EMBA endromis or one boot was worn mainly in hunting or by horsemen, open at the sides to the bottom and straps to close (13th). The riders often wore one boot upper part of which outwardly turned. It was usually made of hide and probably came from Thrace (13g).
Other footwear was blaution which was worn at dinners.
The simple shoe, the karabatine consisted of rawhide wrapped around the leg, a shoe especially for the poor and farmers.
The baucis was an elegant female shoe.
The joint shoe was black in color and cleaned by a sponge. The colors red, yellow or white shoes worn by men and women together. Soles cork or felt worn only by courtesans. At dinner the participants were making their footwear.

Description
Inside the house came to light crowd of several iron studs, and many bone eyelets for laces. On the way even outside the house was the base of a black-glazed cup with the inscription “Simon”, leading the excavators to believe how you were the shoemaker Simon, whom we know from Xenophon that Socrates met the shoemaker near at the square.
Xenophon also describes a large shoemaker writing ” Other makes men’s shoes. Other women. And there are craftsmen who earn a living, another sewing shoes with thread from sinews of animals, other cutting skins, another sewing the tops of shoes, while another does not do any of these tasks, but only links between the Parties’ (n. 135)
Bibliography
Camp. J., The Athenian Agora, excavations in the heart of the classical city, 2004 (trans. M.. Kleopa).
Sources
Simon Athenian shoemaker. He, when Socrates came to his workshop, and discuss with someone, recorded what could remember. So these dialogues called “Skytikoi” (ie the shoemaker)
Diogenes Laertius (n. 133)
Ancient Relief with shoe show
4th century BC.

general introduction
The relief is spent by the shoemaker Dionysius Kallistefano the hero in the first half of the 4th century BC

Description


The relief depicts a scene through the shoemaker. In the right part of the relief, there are two forms of working behind a counter and next to them is seated frontally a young man working on a sandal. In an elderly bald, bearded man left end of the show raises his hand to the beam that runs the relief on the upper side which depicted many sandals hung on nails. On the feet of elderly man sitting a little boy cut strips of leather.
The scene then depicts three generations of people working in a small shoe workshop. Below the relief is an inscription
Dionysius shoemaker, son of [;] onos, and children to devote the hero Kallistefanon “.

Bibliography:
CampM. J., The Agora of Ancient Athens. Excavations in the heart of the classical city, 2004 (trans. M.. Kleopa).

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Identical Amonite Fossil Block Batique by Konstantin & Rose-Marie on various Silk garments (here: on Japoneé 8″ , Satin & Dupunione Silk (“Art on Silk & Titan”) -1982

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“Fuji” Handmade in Titanium, Gold & silver

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Gold mask(18 carats), Silver Titanium & Silk Fossile-Block Batique
Photo:
Woody Ochnio

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Owe Sandström & Rose-Rosemarie Schönros
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Padded Batik-Jackets-85
Choreographer Roy Barrows & Rose-Marie
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Rose-marie in Paris

Photo: Michael Klaskov 

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Rose-Marie in Younger Days!
Photo: Kary Lasch

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Collection -86 with choreographer Roy Burrows

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Rose-Marie &Marie-Louise Nordlund-Baxter  1982

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Kary Lasch & Rosie to the..left

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Rose-Marie 
photographed by Kary Lasch

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Kary Lasch & Rose-Marie in “Antlantic”

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Functional wearable art from Bird of Paradise – Divine Creations
Here: Block Amonite Fossile batique on Dupunioni & 8″ japonee silk at late 80`s 
Natural(ECO) pigments Designed & Handmade by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Kary Lasch

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New collection from Bird of Paradise – Divine Creations (Original Schönros – Wearble Art – “Art on Silk & Titan” est -1982) (MOST of the Photos have been taken in 1987, -88, -89 by Woody Ochnio & worked PERFECT out in 1990 – 91, by Woody again)

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Bird of Paradise New collection – Earth, Wind,Fire; designers Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schonros. photosession made in august 1991 in Saltsjobaden to the seaside. Reworked in computer in 04/2015. Woody Ochnio Photography ©

Published: april 29, 2015

 (Hand made by R-Marie & Konsatntin with Eco pigments in different kind of silk, mainly “Japonè”, Crepe de Chine & Dupionee – with “block Batique” combined with Titanium – “Artitan” – jewelry)

Designers Rose-Marie and Konstantin Schonros, beautiful silky womens clothes,

with models: Sara Kay, Peter Kay, Lena, Tame, Rose-Marie & Konstantin, Tomy, Myrjam, Åsa, Gabriella, Paulina Ochnio, Sandra, Eva Lena, Anne, Camilla, Petra, Gillan, Adonis, Tony, Monika etc.

Earth colours has been always one of the characteristics of “Bird of Paradise – Divine Creations” & “Art on Silk & Titan” – Wearable art – by Rose -Marie & Konstantin Schönros..at htis one is also a combination of “Marmoring Batique & Silk Screens:

Artitan Tie on Tony Johanesson
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Artitanic Mask “Art on Silk & Titan” from “Bird of Paradise”- Kulturhuset – October 1989 

“Fuji” – Artitan – (Gold, Titan & Silver) hand made by Konstantin Schönros Photo: Konstantin Schönros at KKV Konstnärernas Kollektivverkstad i Nacka

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Gabriella Koesen at release party ( in her place) of the film
of Staffan Hildebrand : “Ingen kan älska, som vi”

Bird of Paradise – Summer Heat

Fashion – Styling – Photography

Modell: Camilla

PHOTO:Woody Ochnio Phot ©ography

“Wearable Art” – Artitan – (Titan, Gold & Silver) handmade by Konstantin SchönrosAutumn -89 Photo: Konstantin “Titan vision” by Konstantin SchönrosPhoto: Woody Ochnio

Camila on Golden padded jacket in silk from “Bird of Paradise” by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros
“Functionalwearableart Art on Silk & Titan” -87
Photo: Woody Ochnio 

Modell: Petra – Collection -88 – Petra on her horse

Photo: Woody Ochnio

Fall -88 – Myrjam

Art on Silk & Titan” from “Bird of Paradise”.

PHOTO: Woody Ochnio

“Cosmic Dreams” – (Hand Made on Japoneè Silk , By  Konstantin with Eco – Polish Colours at KKV – Nacka -1990)

Humlegården – 1990 -Silk Screens on Marmored BatiqueKonstantin Schönros

December 12, 2014 · Edited ·Mixed famify photos…up to the Right: Konstantin & Rosie
in their favorate Tavern in Santorini -83
Up to the left: Rosemarie at the summer house of the parents of Konstantin – down Adonis looking for ..something at his moms chest….middle right relaxing in Bali Safari –
Down to the right Konstantin, adonis & Rosie in Xylokastro beach -85 

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Rose-Marie modelling for the image of the Fifties

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Rose-Marie

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Rose-Marie & Konstantin having a brake from the workshop “Bird of Paradise-Divine Creations” in SANTORINI -93

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Rose-Marie having a brake at the Shop-Studio “Bird of Paradise-Divine Creations” in 1993 Santorini 
Photo:Press

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Golden Village Bali in – 1985 dressed in Silk anorak “Bird of Paradise – Divine Creations” by Schönros.
Photo: Enzo Rossi

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Silk overall & Anorac Jacket from Bird of Paradise – Schönros Original -84
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo:Konstantin

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Bali residence -85 (Golden Village)
Photo: Rosi (for Italian magazine)

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Lurex collection Fall – 1986 – Bali from Bird of Paradise – Divine Creations (Functional Wearable Art 1982)           Modell: Ati / Photo: Konstantin

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KULTURHUSET: OCTOBER 1989 – “ART ON SILK & TITAN” by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros
Photo: Ann Andren

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City Hall Stockholm -84
Shiffon Silk Dress
Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) with Eco colours.
Modell: Rose-Marie

City Hall Stockholm -84
Japonee Silk salopette pilote”
Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) with Eco colours.
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Konstantin

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Rose-Marie at the Bird of Paradise Studio -88
Photo: Konstantin
www.euphoriatric.com/living arts — with Rosemarie Schönros.

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Konstantin at his Studio & residence in Golden Village – Bali -85
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Lurex collection Fall – 1986 – Bali from Bird of Paradise – Divine Creations (Functional Wearable Art 1982)     MODELL: Ati/Photo: Konstantin

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“Wearable Art” – Artitan – (Titan, Gold & Silver) handmade by Konstantin Schönros Autumn -89
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“Titan vision” by Konstantin Schönros
Photo: Woody Ochnio
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“Optical Line” Art on Silk & Titan” by “Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations- Hand mde by Rose- Marie & Konstantin (Living Art Batique)
Eco Colours – 88
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Bird of Paradise – Functionalwearableart – 88
Silk paddet Jacket – Eco Batique Colours – Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin
Modell:Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio

Raw Silk & old Ikat from Suba Island – Indonesia 
from “Bird of Paradise”, Sewn by Rose-Marie Schönros
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Wearable Art -88-2001, from “Bird of Paradise”-Divine Creations
Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros -on 3 different kind of natural silk (Dupioni japonee & Crepe satin)
Fossile (Amonite)-Block Batique
Modells: Rosie (Rose-Marie) & Tame
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Bird of Paradise – Functionalwearableart – 88
Silk paddet Jacket – Eco Batique Colours – Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin
Modell:Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Artitan (Titan, Gold & Silver)
Modell: Konstantin
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Artitanic Mask “Art on Silk & Titan” from “Bird of Paradise”- Kulturhuset – October 1989

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Konstantin & Rosemarie
Relaxing outside the work shop of “Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations in Santorini -83
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Bird of Paradise

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Rosie Having a brake at the Studio of Bird of Paradise in Santorini Work shop & Show-room
Photo:Konstantin

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City Hall Stockholm -84
Japonee Silk “salopette pilote”
Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) with Eco colors.
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Konstantin

City Hall Stockholm -84
Chiffon Silk Dress
Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) with Eco colors.
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Konstantin

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Konstantin & Rosemarie
Relaxing outside the work shop of “Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations in Santorini -83
Photo: Press

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Santorini -83..thirsty Konstantin & Safari

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Mixed famify photos…up to the Right: Konstantin & Rosie
in their favorate Tavern in Santorini -83
Up to the left: Rosemarie at the summer house of the parents of Konstantin – down Adonis looking for ..something at his moms chest….middle right relaxing in Bali Safari –
Down to the right Konstantin, adonis & Rosie in Xylokastro beach -85 

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Santorini -83..thirsty Konstantin & Safari

Lurex collection Fall – 1986 – Bali from Bird of Paradise – Divine Creations (Functional Wearable Art 1982)

Earth Colours by “Bird of Paradise” (Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros).
Mod: Rose-Marie
Photo: Konstantin — with Rosemarie Schönros atSantorini.

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Santorini -83..thirsty Konstantin & Safari

Konstantin & Rose-Marie – Just Maried in Traditional Japaneese Silk Kimonos – 83! ( five days home & then Back to Santorini & Bird of Paradise!)
Photo: Antony Struwer

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Silk overall & Anorac Jacket from Bird of Paradise – Schönros Original -84
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo:Konstantin

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Roy Barrows & Rose-Marie -collection Autumn -84
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Owe Sandtröm (ABBA Designer – Collection release party)
Rose-Marie
Photo: Press

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Rose-Marie
Photo: Michael Klaskov
www.euphoriatric.com living arts

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Mixed famify photos…up to the Right: Konstantin & Rosie
in their favorate Tavern in Santorini -83
Up to the left: Rosemarie at the summer house of the parents of Konstantin – down Adonis looking for ..something at his moms chest….middle right relaxing in Bali Safari –
Down to the right Konstantin, adonis & Rosie in Xylokastro beach -85 www.euphoriatric.com/livingarts

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Konstantin & Rose-Marie – Just Maried in Traditional Japaneese Silk Kimonos – 83! ( five days home & then Back to Santorini & Bird of Paradise!)
Photo: Antony Struwer

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Golden mask(18 carats), Silver Titanium & Silk Fossile-Block Batique
Mod:Viktoria Sokolov.

“Titan vision” by Konstantin Schönros
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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more Titan image

Mod: Viktoria Sokolov.
Photo: Woody Ochnio 

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“Fire Bird” in Titanium & Fossil Block-Batique
Modell: Victoria
Photo: Woody Ochnio
www.euphoriatric.com living arts

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“Optical Line” of Artitan – “Bird of Paradise”
Hand made by Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio
Modell: Ann
www.euphoriatric.com living arts

“Odyseus & Gorgona” Eco colours – washproof on 8″ japonee silk From the 1989(October) “Art on Silk & Titan” Kulturhuset Stockholm. (Saatchi & Saachi Galery)

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Myriam dressed in batik& titanium watching one of the Silk works Hand made by Schönros.
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Cloudy Dreams” from “Art on Silk & Titan” – with Eco-Silk pigments – washproof – on 8″ Japonee`Silk
Photo: Konstantin
at KKV Konstnärernas Kollektivverkstad i Nacka.

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“Cosmic Dreams”
“Art on Silk & Titan” – with Eco-Silk pigments – washproof – on 8″ Japonee`Silk By Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros
Photo: Konstantin Schönros
— at KKV Konstnärernas Kollektivverkstad i Nacka.

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“Optical Line”(Titan, Silverand Gold)
Designed & hand made (included the Silk Padded jacket
by Rose-Marie & Konstantin SchönrosPhoto: Woody Ochnio — with Rosemarie Schönros.

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Raw silk & Ikat -86 hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin
Modell: Rose-Marie 
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Silk padded jacked in wax Batique with Eco-colours
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Art on Silk & Titan – 
“Optical Line” (hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros) – Photo: Woody Ochnio — Art on Silk & Titan – (hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros) 
Modell: Rose-Marie Schönros
Photo: Woody Ochnio 
At the Bird of Paradise workshop & Show-room.
Renstiernsgatan – Södermalm

Gold mask(18 carats), Silver Titanium & Silk Fossile-Block Batique
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Marmoring Batique -87, -88, 89 Wearable Art by “Bird of Paradise”
Modells: Mirjam, Rose-Marie, Peter, Åsa , Konstantin, Tame ,Tomy
Photo: Woody Ochnio

Marmoring Batique -87, -88, 89 Wearable Art by “Bird of Paradise”
Modells: Mirjam, Rose-Marie, Peter, Åsa , Konstantin, Tame ,Tomy
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Fall -87 “bird of Paradise”
Peter, Åsa & Konstantin
Left:Tommy, Tame
Photo:Woody Ochnio

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“Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations 
From the left: Gabriella, Konstantin, Åsa, Tame & Tommy
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Fall -87..block batique from “Bird of Paradise”
Modells: Standing: Peter, Åsa & Konstantin(down)
front: Tomy & Tame
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Ethnic gang!
From the Left: Konstantin, Tomy & Tame on ANTIQUE Wild -Java Silk Block Batique
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Ann Posing in Swedish “Lahmans Trikot”
in “Bamboo”- Batique by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros,
with eco-pigments -91 “Bird of Paradise”
“Wearable Art”
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Ewa-Lena Posing in Swedish “Lahmans Trikot”
in “Bamboo”- Batique by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros,
with eco-pigments -91 “Bird of Paradise”
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Ewa-Lena Posing in Swedish “Lahmans Trikot”
in “Bamboo”- Batik by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros,
with eco-pigments -91 “Bird of Paradise”
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Anne in Bamboo Batik -91
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Wearable Art” Bamboo Batique with Eco Colours by R-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) -88
Mod: Mirjam
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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City Hall Stockholm -84
Shiffon Silk Dress
Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) with Eco colours.
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Konstantin

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City Hall Stockholm -84
Japonee Silk “salopette pilote”
Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) with Eco colours.
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Konstantin

“Optical line” – Artitan

Modell: Ann
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Rose-Marie at the studio – workshop “Bird of Paradise”

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Gabriella at release party ( in her place) of the film
of Staffan Hildebran: “Ingen kan älska, som vi”
www.euphoriatric.com living arts — with Gabriella Koesen.

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Fina Hamilton Famlj och Rose-Marie 
Stockholms Fashion Fair -86
Photo Woody Ochnio

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“Wearable Art” by “Birdof Paradise” (Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros)
Rose-Marie (to the right) & Anne Haarla at the Fair -1986
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Fashion Show “Wearable Art” Konstantin dressed in his Silk – Creations (Making jokes & mimes) at Dagmar Elleby`s show-room – 1990
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Wearable Art” Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros
Modell: Anne
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Artitan” Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros -88
Modell: Victoria
Photo: Woody Ochnio

Gold mask(18 carats), Silver Titanium & Silk Fossile-Block Batique
Photo: Woody Ochnio — with Viktoria Sokolov.

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“Fire Bird” in Titanium & Fossil Block-Batique
Modell: Victoria
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Optical Line” of Artitan – “Bird of Paradise”
Hand made by Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio
Modell: Ann

Fossil Batique in Silk padded jacket & Titan Brosh
Modell: Ann
Photo: Woody Ochnio -91

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Rose-Marie in silk pilot overall & Anorac all in Japoneè silk(8″)

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City Hall Stockholm -84
Japonee Silk “salopette pilote”
Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) with Eco colours.
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Konstantin

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“Wearable Art” by “Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations
– made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros
Eco Colours Batique on Japoneè Silk (Silk-padded) Jackets Fall -87
Modells: Adonis & Mia
Photo: Woody Ochnio.

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www.euphoriatric.com/living arts — with Konstantin Schönros.

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Ann Posing in Swedish “Lahmans Trikot”
in “Bamboo”- Batique by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros,
with eco-pigments -91 “Bird of Paradise”
“Wearable Art”
Photo: Woody Ochnio

Ewa-Lena Posing in Swedish “Lahmans Trikot”
in “Bamboo”- Batique by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros,
with eco-pigments -91 “Bird of Paradise”
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Wearable Art” Bamboo Batique with Eco Colours by R-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) -88
Mod: Mirjam
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Rose-Marie photographed by Victor Arimondi

Portret of R-Marie by Victor Arimondi)-1981

Portret of R-Marie by Victor Arimondi)-1981

Rose-Marie at "Relax" --80(victor-Arimondi)

Rose-Marie at “Relax” –80(victor-Arimondi)

An-other-portret of Rose-Marie by Victor Arimondi -1980

An-other-portret of Rose-Marie by Victor Arimondi -1980

Rose-Marie "Innocent-80"-Photo: -Victor Arimondi

Rose-Marie “Innocent-80”-Photo: -Victor Arimondi

"Medea" Rose-Marie Photo:(Victor-Arimondi) -80

50`s Nostalgy
Rose-Marie
Photo: J.Shäffer

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MSH Modell Angency
RoseRosemarie Schönros
Photo: Tony Landberg

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Rose-Marie in Younger Days!
Photo: Kary Lasch

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Rose-Marie Samuelsson-SchönrosPhoto: Kary Lasch 

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Rose-Marie SamuelssonRosemarie Schönros
Photo: MSH Modell Agency

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Photo of R-Marie by Victor Arimondi

Photo Kary Lasch- 1982

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“Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations Konstantin & Rose-Marie Samuelson-Schönros1983 – 
At hte Photos: Konstantin & Rose-Marie
Photo: (down to the left): by Tony Struver)

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Portrait of Rose-Marie & Konstantin by Woody Ochnio

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All dressed in Silk batik – works by Rose-Marie & Konstantin /Functional wearable art 
Modells – from the left: Gabriella, Konstantin, Åsa, Tame & Tommy
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Marmoring Batique -87, -88, 89 Wearable Art by “Bird of Paradise”
Modells: Mirjam, Rose-Marie, Peter, Åsa , Konstantin, Tame ,Tomy
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Ethnical Image

Autumn -77 
Modells: UP from the left: Peter, Åsa Konstantin SchönrosFront: Tommy & Tame
Photo: Woody Ochnio

“Optical Line” Art on Silk & Titan” by “Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations- Hand mde by Rose- Marie & Konstantin (Living Art Batique)
Eco Colours – 88
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Artitan armur Tie(Hand made by R-Marie & Konstantin Schönros)
on Tony Johanesson -1992 –
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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KULTURHUSET: OCTOBER 1989 – “ART ON SILK & TITAN” by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros
Photo: Ann Andren

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Relaxing time at the “Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations 
Studio Konstantin & Rose-Marie -92
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Fossile Batique” (Block Batique from Amonite-Fossiles from Gtland-88) Earth Colours by “Bird of Paradise” (Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros).
“Art on Silk & Titan”
Modells: Rose-Marie &Tame
Photo: Woody Woody Ochnio — with Rosemarie Schönros.

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Artitan armur Tie(Hand made by R-Marie & Konstantin Schönros) 
on Tony Johanesson -1992 –
Photo: Woody Ochnio — 

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Lahman’s Trikot in “Bamboo Batik” /Fashion Show 1992
Modells: Tony & Monika
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Victoria & more Titan image
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Fashion Show “Wearable Art” Konstantin dressed in his Silk – Creations (Making jokes & mimes) at Dagmar Elleby`s show-room – 1990
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Wearable Art” – Artitan – (Titan, Gold & Silver) handmade by Konstantin Schönros

Gabriella at release party ( in her place) of the film
of Staffan Hildebrand : Ingen kan älska, som vi
www.euphoriatric.com living arts — with Gabriella Koesen.

KULTURHUSET: OCTOBER 1989 – “ART ON SILK & TITAN” by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros
Photo: Ann Andren

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Frodde & Lena from “Bella Dona” in Oslo Fashion Show -89
.Lena is wearing silk Pilote overall & Titanium 
Next Adonis, as Zorro Down on Left Jonas Vingvist(+) playing with Amaryllis & Adonis. 
Camilla (Down to the Right)dressed in Silk padded Jacket & overall (in gold eco pigment – batique
Pohto: Woody Ochnio

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“Wearable Art” – Art on Silk & Titan by Bird of Paradise (Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros)
Modell: Ann
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Titan vision” by Konstantin Schönros

Modell: Ann 
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Fuji” – Artitan – (Gold, Titan & Silver) hand made by Konstantin Schönros
Photo: Konstantin Schönros — at Konstnärernas Kollektivverkstad – Mårbackagatan 11 Farsta.

Adonis Schönros creation (at the age of 18)
Photo: Konstantin
Rose-Marie living arts

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Detail of Bathroom (interiorigin arts by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros.
Photo.Tony Tony Landberg

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Wearable Art från “Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations (est.1982)
Eco colours batique on Silk collage(crepe de Chine, Japone, Silk Laces)
Eath colours Bird of Paradise
Work Shop & Show-room Götgatan – 1992
Photo: Konstantin

Detail of Bathroom “interiorigin
Photo: Tony Landberg

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“Green Gourmet” på “interiorigin” vernissage.. — in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Detail from the kitchen
Photo: Tony Landberg

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Living Angels at the Livingroom
Photo: Tony Landberg

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Raw food à la cart & boufet    LEMURIA (Nybrogatan)-1994 Raw food Restaurang
Krister & Konstanrin….those were the times!!….NOW Raw Food is just growing BIGGER!!………………..                                                                              
                                     Krister Knutars & Konstantin Photo:Uknown

  Swedish Vegetarian Society.

Tjärhovsgatan“Green Gourmet” -95 Raw food Bouffet..
Eva Sangwall & 
Konstantin, njuter av Raw-ice cream at the office of the Swedeish Vegetarian Society – above the”Green Gourmet” 
Photo: Christer 
Krister Knutars

Silk screens on eco – T-shirts in…1995!
Messages HAVE to be with Humor!..it works BETTER!
“CLOCK” doesn`t exist anymore, but Clock was an other scam by the time of 1995..- now the referee`s name is …replaced by… (gluteus)-MAX-(imus)!

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Till minnet av underbara pionjären inom “Grön festmat”mm Anna-Lisa Stenudd (nedre bild) styrelseledamot på Sv.V.F. & Hälsofrämjandet.

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It`s very seldom now days to be at that beautiful place, like in the -90`s!! I have so many things in my mind , I `ve got to take it easy!
2002 Hällunden – Öland
Photo: Press

The TAO of the “Green Gourmet”…since 1993
Photo: Allt om Mat 1996

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Fån Vänster: Petra, Konstantin, Rose-Marie, Patrick Wahlberg “Green Gourmet” 1995 at Swedish Vegetarian Society H.Q. Tjärhovsgatan Stockholm

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Organic Ice Cream Piroger from euphoriatric.com

..Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros/ Green Gourmet since 1993

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.. a classic from -95..from the Mc Donald`s .. advantage to me..came half the audience to become members of Sv.Veg. The association and they got free T-shirts ..

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Anton & Monika Gutenberg 
Curriculum led by Konstantin (arranged by Hälsofrämjaren & Svenska Veg. Föreningen – summer -97)..For big group Vegan youth, for a Whole week.  Raw food & Macro “Green Gourmet” – Both Theory & workshop practicng, then QiGong, Taj ji chuen & Yin Yoga                                                                                          Art & Drawing lessons led by Monica & Anton…

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“Green Gourmet” (Raw Food – Restaurang – since1994 – 1997 at Tjärhovsgatan at Swedish Vegetarian Society H.Q)..NOW: “Green Gourmet/ Load & Run -2B continued” !!!

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INTERIORIGIN:” Living Fine Arts ” interior with Mosaics (“Dancing Angels & Dancing Dolphins”) Paintings, Silk screens etc by Konstantin Schönros & Rose-Marie
Below:
Konstantin himself for Interior Magasine
Photo: Tony La

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INTERIORIGIN:Living Fine Arts ” interior with Mosaics (“Dancing Angels & Dancing Dolphins”) Paintings, Silk screens etc by Konstantin Schönros & Rose-Marie

Photo: Tony Landberg

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“Dancing Angels” from “interiorigin” by KonstantinSchönros
Photo: Tony Landberg

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Detaill from the kitchen – “interiorigin” handworks by Konstantin Schönros
Photo: Tony Landberg

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Living Room – Feng Shui by Rose
Photo: Rose-Marie

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Adonis Schönros creation (at age of 18)
Photo: Konstantin

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INTERIORIGIN: “Living Fine Arts” interior with Mosaics (“Dancing Angels & Dancing Dolphins”) Paintings, Silk screens etc by Rose-Marie & Konstantin                                                              Kitchen details
Here: Authentique Antik old wall cupboard -1906 & Down Wallnut tree-root table & Box..
Photo: Tony Landberg

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“Green Gourmet” on  “interiorigin“s vernissage..in the spring 2002

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INTERIORIGIN: “Living Fine Arts” interior with Mosaics (“Dancing Angels & Dancing Dolphins”) Paintings, Silk screens etc by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Konstantin Schönros
Kitchen Details
Photo: Tony Landberg

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Living Room – Feng Shui by Rose
Photo: Rose-Marie

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Adonis Schönros creation (at the age of 18)
Photo: Konstantin

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Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Rose-Marie at the “Bird of Paradise” workshop in Stockholm -88
Photo: Konstantin

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Fall -87 “bird of Paradise”
Peter, Åsa & Konstantin
Left:Tommy, Tame
Photo:Woody Ochnio

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A) Fall -87
Stockholm – Fall- 84 “Fossil Batique & Body Graphics”
Modells: Rose-Marie , Tame, Gabriella, Åsa, Konstantin 
& Tommy 
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Ethnic gang!
From the Left: Konstantin, Tomy & Tame on ANTIQUE Wild -Java Silk Block Batique-
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Marmoring Batique -87, -88, 89 Wearable Art by “Bird of Paradise”
Modells: Mirjam, Rose-Marie, Peter, Åsa , Konstantin, Tame ,Tomy
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Marmoring Batique -87, -88, 89 Wearable Art by “Bird of Paradise”,Hand Made By Rose-Marie & Konstantin
Spring -87
Modell: Rose-Marie
Photo: Konstantin

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“Wearable Art” Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros
Modell: Anne
Photo: Woody Ochnio

Marmoring Batique -87, -88, 89 Wearable Art by “Bird of Paradise” Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin
Modell: Mirjam
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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Autumn-88
Organza-collection-91

Hand made by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros     Titan, Gold, Silver; H-Made by Konstantin Schönros     /      Modell: Ann       Photo Woody Ochnio

“Fire Bird” in Titanium & Fossil Block-Batique
Modell: Victoria
Photo: Woody Ochnio

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“Art on Silk & Titan” -by Konstantin &Rosemarie Schönros
“Titanium shapes”
Photo: Konstantin
 at KKV Konstnärernas Kollektivverkstad i Nacka.

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“Wearable Art” Bamboo Batique with Eco Colours by R-Marie & Konstantin Schönros (“Bird of Paradise”) -88
Mod: Mirjam
Photo: Woody Ochnio
www.euphoriatric.com/living arts

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Rose-Marie & Adonis
Photo: Konstantin

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“Optical Line” of Artitan – “Bird of Paradise”
Hand made by Rose-Marie
Photo: Woody Ochnio
Modell: Ann

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"Wearable Art"(Fossile Batique on Silk - washproof - eco colours) & Artitan" Hand made by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros (Earth Colours Santorini Work Shop & Show room-1983)</p>
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<p>Photographers: Kary Lash, Victor Arimondi, Tony Landberg, Woody Ochnio etc

“Wearable Art”(Fossile Batique on Silk – washproof – eco colours) & Artitan” Hand made by Konstantin & Rose-Marie Schönros (Earth Colours Santorini Work Shop & Show room-1983) Modell: Petra. Photographer Woody Ochnio 

Wearable Art från “Bird of Paradise” – Divine Creations (est.1982)
Eco colours batique on Silk collage(crepe de Chine, Japone, Silk Laces)
Eath colours Bird of Paradise
Work Shop & Show-room Götgatan – 1992
Photo: Konstantin

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Up to the left: 3 different Silk collage – batique with organic colours – crepe de chine, laces, japomeè; bottoms made by titanium(blue) Hand made by Rose-Marie & Konstantin Schönros – “Bird of Paradise” “Living Art” & “Functional wearable art” collection…NOT for the BIG market….of course!! (1988) Photo: Konstantin

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