Newsletter May 2017

Posted on June 01 2017 by RopeMarks

Welcome to the Ninth RopeMarks newsletter.

Read about the German Fetish Ball in Berlin, Shibari on Stage in Milano, BoundCon in Munich and lots more

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RopeMarks Newsletter, May 2017

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RopeMarks and Matt Williams

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Collared, lifestyle & fashion

an interview

Posted on May 23 2017 by RopeMarks

Interview with RopeMarksBeen away for a few days to beautiful Milano (Italy) for the Shibari on Stage event and came home to the interview I did with Collared, lifestyle & fashion

Enjoy: http://collaredstyle.com/interview/bob-roos-tells-us-best-job-planet/

Newsletter March 2017

Posted on April 05 2017 by RopeMarks

Welcome to the seventh RopeMarks newsletter.

It's April when you receive this newsletter and we are very busy prepping for... well, April but even more for May, Jun and Jul... We have some crazy (in a good way) months coming and are prepping to give you the best live experiences, workshops and imagery! In light of this preparing we had the sweet Minou Rossi over in RopeMarks HQ for preparing (Yes, let's call it that) of what promises to be an awesome cooperation in Milan, Italy (soon more).

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Bedeseme Magazine #55

with Nereida DeadlySin & Louisa L'Amour

Posted on March 18 2017 by RopeMarks

RopeMarks in Bedeseme 55In this edition of the Bedeseme magazine the featured kinbaku is of yours truly, Louisa L'Amour tied in a demanding ryou ashi gote kakae shibari and dominated by Spanish beauty Nereida DeadlySin.

The full set will become available on http://www.ClubRopeMarks.com.

Direct link to the magazine: http://bedeseme.com/bedeseme-issue-55a/.

Kaidan Chibusa Enoki

The Ghostly Tale of the Wet Nurse Tree by Ito Seiu

Posted on February 17 2017 by RopeMarks
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Kaidan Chibusa EnokiEvery August, as Japanese spirits return en masse from the otherworld, Tokyo's Zenshoan temple (map) exhibits a spine-chilling collection of 19th-century ghost scroll paintings

This painting by Ito Seiu, the godfather of Japanese bondage (kinbaku), depicts a scene from Kaidan Chibusa Enoki, an old horror story in which the ghost of a dead painter returns to protect his baby from his murderer, a wandering samurai who fell in love with his wife while he was away painting.

This scroll shows the ghost holding the baby while standing under a waterfall at Juniso (map) (where Tokyo's Shinjuku Chuo Park is now located).

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Newsletter January 2017

Posted on February 01 2017 by RopeMarks

Welcome to the fifth RopeMarks newsletter.

The new year is already in full swing and it is throwing more opportunities than we can handle, we are making hard decisions at the moment.

We would like to thank everyone that provided feedback on our previous newsletter, this is highly appreciated. Do you have feedback? Want to contact us?

In this newsletter we will briefly describe what we have been up to since our last newsletter and about interesting upcoming events where you can meet, greet and talk to us.

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RopeMarks Newsletter, January 2017

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Fijne Vrienden live #1

Posted on November 20 2016 by RopeMarks

RopeMarks live @ Fijne VriendenFijne Vrienden is going live on YouTube and the Ziggo channel for the very first time.

RopeMarks live @ Fijne VriendenRopeMarks, with the aid of the Dutch spark plug "spring", was invited to participate in this premiere edition and to proudly be an extreme good friend of the television show!

Watch it here

Here's more from "fijne vrienden".

Newsletter II

Posted on November 01 2016 by RopeMarks
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Welcome to a milestone in RopeMarks continuity, we have now send out our second newsletter. We will briefly describe what we have been up to since our last newsletter and about interesting upcoming events where you can meet, greet and talk to us.

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The first RopeMarks newsletter

Posted on October 05 2016 by RopeMarks

The first RopeMarks newsletter is a fact:

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Open letter

Posted on September 26 2016 by RopeMarks

Dear Reader,

This is an open letter in response to the public statement my ex business partner has issued about our situation and status.

Her statement has been issued without consult or approval from RopeMarks' side. After careful consideration we deem it necessary and appropriate to respond and clarify her unapproved business statements.

She states: "the limits were found and fully explored in the end"
From the side of RopeMarks limits have not been reached and/or fully explored, creativity flowed in abundance, my ex partner served as my muse from the very first beginning until the last moments where she decided to stop all communication between us.

She states: "Therefore following decision was made, [ex-partner] is no longer affiliated with RopeMarks."
From the side of RopeMarks this is an unexpected one sided decision from my ex partner, one that has officially not been communicated to me. We have been in full negotiation on possible future cooperations when at one point communication from the side of my ex partner suddenly stopped. She did no longer respond to phone calls, texts and mails and in addition blocked me on all social media.

At this point my ex partner also stopped crediting RopeMarks, as rigger and photographer, for our work together. This is a big no-no in our scene and way of doing business. Unfortunately, since contact was no longer possible, I responded in a similar fashion. This is very wrong and is something I will correct in future published work (there is still a lot of material we created that I did not publish yet) and in already published work.

This open letter is only touching upon the situation and status but as a friend of mine recently said, "If life gives you melons... you may be dyslexic." and that does about sum it all up for us.

On a very personal note, I believe our work together was beyond awesome and beneficial for us personally and the bondage and fetish scene in general. I would have preferred to continue our cooperation. Unfortunately this has been killed before it got a change to bloom and for this I am truly sorry; for her, for the scene in general and not in the least me.

Despite this situation I wish her the best in her future endeavours and for me, when one door closes another will open, and right now, I'm happy to say, the RopeMarks future is looking brighter than ever.

Bob / RopeMarks
September 2016

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