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Inclusive creativity, film swagger and green textiles

Finns have creativity down to a fine art this week.

Credits: : Tuffi Films

Cinema sets the stage as inclusive and entrepreneurial design resonate globally. Take a look at recent creativity from a Finnish perspective.

Almost a decade in the making, Arttu Haglund’s Gone is now going places. (Photo: Arttu Haglund) Read our story

It’s bottoms up for Finnish distilleries at the International Wine & Spirits Competition. (Photo: Kyrö Distillery Company) Read our story

Hear ye, hear ye! Jenni Ahtiainen’s Deafmetal is here to make design more inclusive. (Photo: Deafmetal) Read Helsinki Design Week’s story

Great business ideas are indifferent to timing. (Photo: Galvin) Read Smart Company’s article

A violent 1960s London provides the perfect backdrop for Resistance Games’ new turn-based tactics game. (Photo: Facebook/Company of Crime) Read Gaming Bolt’s article

SUAD’s debut album is as confident as it is magical. (Photo: Riku Pihlanto) Read Atwood Magazine’s story

Otta has her listeners on a string. (Photo: Lara Laeverenz) Read The Guardian’s story

Finnish cinema swagger will take over Norway in August. (Photo: Solar Films) Read The Finnish Film Foundation’s story

Spinnova is at the forefront of sustainable textiles. (Photo: Spinnova) Read Outdoor Retailer’s story

Conductor prodigy Santtu Rouvali aims high. (Photo: Marco Borggreve) Read The Classic FM’s story

By: Samuli Ojala
14.08.2020