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Hippie Roots & The Perennial Subculture - Hippyland

Hippie Roots & The Perennial Subculture - Hippy Land, Home of the Hippies

Gustav Gräser à Munich en 1945.

Sedulia& Quotations: Munich is happy as the enemy marches in

Gusto Gräser am Lago Maggiore um 1903-07

Gusto Gräser am Lago Maggiore um

Dwellers of Monte Veritá

Risultati immagini per Ida Hofmann

Naturmenschen were a group of late 19th and early 20th century Germany and Swiss “Natural Men”, who wore tunics and sandals (or bare feet), long hair and beards and preferred to eat only uncooked foods. Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach, Johannes Guttzeit, Gustav Nagel, Ralph Salomonson, Josua Klein, Gusto Graser, influential artist Fidus, and author Herman Hesse exemplified the Naturmenschen ideal.

Naturmenschen were a group of late 19th and early 20th century Germany and Swiss “Natural Men”, who wore tunics and sandals (or bare feet), long hair and beards and preferred to eat only uncooked foods. Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach, Johannes Guttzeit, Gustav Nagel, Ralph Salomonson, Josua Klein, Gusto Graser, influential artist Fidus, and author Herman Hesse exemplified the Naturmenschen ideal.

Rudolf Laban med elever på Monte Verità i Schweiz, kanske Europas första vegan- och konstkollektiv i början av 1900-talet

Rudolf Laban med elever på Monte Verità i Schweiz, kanske Europas första vegan- och konstkollektiv i början av 1900-talet

Ida Hofmann, Robert Jentschura & Henri Oedenkoven, 1903

Ida Hofmann, Robert Jentschura & Henri Oedenkoven, 1903

Ascona

Risultati immagini per Ida Hofmann

Gustav Gräser prêchant pour un "Musée contre la Guerre" à Berlin en 1928.

Ur-hippies from Germany to California - gusto graser - nomadic poet

The Lebensreform movement in the early 20th century

The Lebensreform movement in the early century