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Weekend Wrap

September tunes, meaning in the marginal and the finest of flicks

Kairon; IRSE! is a rare breed of musicians that escapes genre-defining conventions.

Rainer Paananen

Autumn aesthetics are in full bloom across the arts as the show goes on for cinema and comfy tunes cancel out the cacophony. Take a look at recent creativity from a Finnish perspective.

Fiskars and SAAS give London a taste of Finnish design. (Photo: Aleksi Kuokka/Fiskars)

Peacemaker takes audiences behind the scenes of diplomacy. (Photo: YLE) Read Drama Quarterly’s story

Ervin Latimer cuts through gender roles. (Photo: Hayley Lê) Read our story

The Finnish game industry has matured into a fully functioning quarter-centenarian. (Photo: Veeti Hautanen) Read Pocket Gamer’s story

Tove is an elegant take on one of the most loved Finnish artists. (Photo: Sami Kuokkanen) Read into:screen’s story

Sätilä bends his audiences toward his new song. (Photo: Facebook/Sätilä) Read Giggoer’s story

Uhana Design is all about the community. (Photo: Facebook/Uhana Design)

Finnish cinema keeps the cameras rolling. (Photo: Aino Suni) Read our story

Keep your nose out for the emerging food-tech wave. (Photo: Solar Foods) Read Sifted’s story

Supercell goes cinema. (Photo: Supercell) Read The Verge’s story

Kairon; IRSE! is rhythmic chaos at its best. (Photo: Rainer Paananen) Read Bandcamp’s story

By: Samuli Ojala