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Weekend Wrap

IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap

A crowd of Arctic harebells had plenty to say for Finnair’s Hear the Taste project.Credits: : Mind Tattoo Storytelling Oy

Finnish aesthetics won the week as architecture, design and the visual arts grabbed attention internationally. Take a look at the past seven days in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

Klaus Härö’s One Last Deal keeps enthralling audiences with its warm-hearted storyline. (Photo: Cata Portin) Read Stuff’s review

Aalto University students turned heads at their fashion show Näytös19 in Helsinki. (Photo: Screenshot/YLE Areena) Read This is Finland’s article

A new Moomin Cafe has popped up at Helsinki Airport’s new premises. (Photo: Finavia) Read Finavia’s announcement

Finnair’s Hear the Taste project makes a proper airline menu heard. (Photo: Screenshot/YouTube)

Hatch pairs up with Vodafone to bring 5G gaming to the UK. (Photo: Hatch) Read Yahoo’s article

Designed by Finnish architecture house OOPEAA, the Puukuokka Block was recently completed in Central Finland. (Photo: Mikko Auerniitty) Read World Architecture New’s article

What do you get when you combine yeast, fungus, and bacteria? A sustainable pair of headphones, say Finnish innovators Aivan, Aalto University and VTT. (Photo: Aivan) Read TechCrunch’s article

Wonder how the company behind some angry-looking birds has managed to stay ahead in the gaming industry? (Photo: Rovio) Read Pocket Gamer’s story

Finnish musician Jesse Markin put his extraordinary hip hop project on hold and turned solo to put out his new singer-songwriter album, Folk. (Photo: Facebook/Jesse Markin) Read Music Finland’s article

Helsinki’s médiathèque Oodi has been shortlisted for the Public Library of the Year Award. (Photo: Risto Rimppi) Read Systematic’s announcement

Elisa has teamed up with Havu to support up-and-coming e-sports players. (Photo: Jamie McInall/Pexels) Read Telecompaper’s article

By: Samuli Ojala