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Games for days, moral fibre and stone-cold death metal

The Finnish national instrument, kantele, is in good hands with Kardemimmit.Jimmy Träskelin

A long road home for the games industry, fibre primer in the forest industry and music to die for. Click on any photo and take a look at recent creativity from Finland.

Finns keep the show on a digital road at SXSW. (Photo: Kerttu Penttilä) Read Music Finland’s story

Remedy play their own game. (Photo: Remedy) Read gamesindustry.biz’s story

Kantele is a different stroke for different folk. (Photo: Jimmy Träskelin) Read Brainerd Dispatch’s story

Gaming may have a part to play in engaging in social issues. (Photo: Platonic Partnership) Read our story

Bistro Bardot’s interior design is food for thought. (Photo: Riikka Kantinkoski) Read The Spaces’ story

Pulp fiction becomes a reality. (Photo: Metsä Group) Read Fibre2Fashion’s story

Nothing is as certain in Finland as death metal and taxes. (Photo: Facebook/Rotting Ways to Misery) Read Blabbermouth’s story

Oura rings out on Fast Company’s list. (Photo: Oura)

The launch of Housemarque’s next one will be a point of no return for gamers. (Photo: Housemarque) Read Game Informer’s story

Marimekko has a new-fashioned take on the industry. (Photo: Marimekko) Read Elle’s story

Published on 19.03.2021