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IN PICTURES: Weekend wrap

Deaf Finnish rapper Signmark makes audiences feel the music. Iida Liimatainen

Finnish arts are heard loud and clear this week as musicians take the main stage, supported by unicorns, e-motorbikes and dinosaurs. Discover the past seven days in lifestyle and entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

The international music scene will hold its biggest annual conference rituals in Tampere this week. (Photo: Konsta Leppänen) Read Music Finland’s article

Jasmin Anoschkin’s unicorns bring a touch of playful fantasy to New York. (Photo: Jefunne Gimpel) Read Creative Boom’s story

RMK’s new electric motorbike, E2, will keep the markets humming for more. (Photo: RMK) Read our feature

Indie rocker Sätilä has come out with an anthem for self-love and acceptance. (Photo: Sätilä)

Riitta Kuisma’s murals will set your imagination free in the concrete jungle. (Photo: Riitta Kuisma) Read South China Morning Post’s article

Blind Donna captures the attention of international buyers. (Photo: Production House) Read C21 Media’s story

Helsinki-based IPR.VC draws out plans for a 42-million euro fund to support European arts. (Photo: Josef Persson) Read Cineuropa’s article

Heavy metal is for the children, say dinosaur metal band Hevisaurus. (Photo: Hevisaurus) Read Revolver Magazine’s story

Signmark is making his mark in Hong Kong for the second time. (Photo: Marko Vuoriheimo) Read South China Morning Post’s story

This is where the magic happens for game studio Critical Force. (Photo: Critical Force) Read This is Finland’s article

By: Samuli Ojala