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Cozy tunes, new motif for fashion and gutsy game developers

SAIMA Helsinki, Spinnova and designer Vuokko Nurmesniemi are setting new standards in fashion.SAIMA Helsinki

Music and food echo a sense of comfort, the fashion industry gets a facelift and the gaming scene gets kudos. Take a look at recent creativity from a Finnish perspective. Click on any photo to activate a slideshow.

A new gastronomic identity is growing in Helsinki. (Photo: Facebook/Grön) Read My Helsinki’s story

Matila Röhr Productions expands its horizons with a new distribution deal. (Photo: Hannu Siitonen) Read Variety’s article

The Urban Environment House in Helsinki is an eyeful. (Photo: Marc Goodwin/Lahdelma & Mahlamäki architects) Read ArchDaily’s article

Noita just might be the most Finnish game ever developed, according to Rami Ismail. (Photo: Nolla Games) Read Giant Bomb’s story

Kaija Saariaho’s music is perfect for some mid-winter solace. (Photo: Facebook/Kaija Saariaho) Read Classic FM’s story

Illustrator Antti Kalevi leaves his mark on an Aussie gin. (Photo: Facebook/Four Pillars Gin) Read Concrete Playground’s story

Critical Force secures a cool 10 million US dollars. (Photo: Critical Force) Read Arctic Startup’s story

Finnish fashion philosophy in action. (Photo: SAIMA Helsinki) Read Innovation in Textile’s story

Wolt gets a very special delivery. (Photo: Wolt) Read our story

The gaming industry contains a good dose of creative madness, according to Fingersoft’s Ilpo Virtanen. (Photo: Fingersoft) Read Pocket Gamer’s story

By: Samuli Ojala