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All things digital

Anoubis Limited is a Finnish clothing line integrated with security technology to prevent piracy and fake production.

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Arts and sports take digital freedoms out of responsibility this week. Take a look at recent creativity from a Finnish perspective.

Marimekko stays classy in Bangkok. (Photo: David Luraschi) Read Bangkok Post’s story

hti the janitor is on top of the world following his BAFTA win. (Photo: Remedy) Read our Daily Brief

The Finnish hockey league will settle the season online. (Photo: Telia) Read PC Gamer’s story

Actor-director Jussi Nikkilä takes on Mozart’s Don Giovanni. (Photo: Anssi Leino/Bronson Club) Read Guardian’s story

Feast your eyes on a paradigm shift in the making – Kiasma’s online art collection. (Photo: Telia) Read e-flux’s story

Anerca, Breath of Life is set for its world premiere. (Photo: Giron-filmi)

Lenno is out with a remix. (Photo: Facebook/Lenno) Read edm.com’s story

Anoubis is nothing to fake with. (Photo: Facebook/Anoubis) Read The American Reporter’s article

Dogs Don’t Wear Pants eludes normal good taste. (Photo: Helsinki-filmi) Read the Finnish Institute’s interview

The Finnish animation scene is no longer in its infancy. (Photo: Pikkukala)

Nordgrass outfit Frigg is a two-decade international success story. (Photo: Ulla Nikula) Read Music Finland’s story

By: Samuli Ojala