Finland has been making a very fashionable name for itself in recent years. Big names like Marimekko and Ivana Helsinki remain industry pillars, and more and more up and coming fashion designers can be found in Finland every year. The more the merrier, but the fact remains that Finland has always been fashion forward — just take a […]
Author Archive for: Julie
About Julie Anderson
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Julie Anderson contributed a whooping 20 entries.
Entries by Julie Anderson
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few weeks, you’re probably aware that approximately 90% of the world’s population is completely obsessed with Pokemon GO. The new mobile game has gamers venturing outdoors to capture Pokemon and visit PokeStops in the real world. PokeStops, where players can find items such as potions […]
Empty streets, silent cities, closed shops — wait, what kind of holiday is this Juhannus?! The utter deadness of Finnish cities at Juhannus, or Midsummer, often leaves unsuspecting foreigners baffled. Unlike the raucous celebrations of Vappu in Finnish city centers, Midsummer is all about escaping the hectic city lifestyle. Most Finns flock to the peace […]
Mother’s Day is all about showing the wonderful, hard-working mothers in your life just how much they mean to you. Naturally, we all want to make an effort to show our love every day of the year, but Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to make a statement with the perfect gift. The best Mother’s […]
With much of the decade dominated by World War II, the 1940s have not gone down in history as the happiest of times. But the 40s had much more to them than war. Swing dancing, jazz, fabulous fashion, classic film, and even the first computer all helped to define the decade as well. People of […]
Sauna is one of Finland’s most treasured traditions. For centuries, Finns used the sterile environment of the sauna for personal hygiene, births, cooking, and of course, relaxation. Considered a luxury in many other countries, saunas are a necessity in Finland. Even the Finnish soldiers of World War II constructed their own makeshift saunas out in […]
History is filled with women who have fought hard for equal rights, shattered social norms, and achieved amazing things for humankind. Take a look at these photos of a few of history’s bravest women who did all of these things and more. The world is a better place thanks to them.
Very few young actors in Hollywood history have been able to reach the legendary status of James Dean. The rebellious actor only starred in three films during his short career, but the impression he made on brooding teenage audiences was unmatched. His sensitive bad boy image has captivated both men and women for decades. In […]
Everybody has a David Bowie tune they love and we’re no different. Somehow Bowie was one of those musicians you expected to live forever. Maybe it was his music or maybe his magic. One thing that’s in no doubt though was that he was an extraordinary artist in every sense of the word. As a celebration […]
What do we really know about Albert Einstein? Hair that would stump Vidal Sassoon, a lab coat that’s seen better days, a very complicated set of theories that, oh, revolutionised the way we think about time and space and just about everything – sure. But there’s more to a genius than grooming and publications. Here’s […]
An Ink Tank Media Publication
Ink Tank Media is Finland's finest international content marketing agency. Based in Helsinki, its award-winning writers, filmmakers, illustrators and artists have years of experience creating amazing digital stories for audiences across the globe.
- 14 reasons why Helsinki’s Flow Festival is terrible and must be avoided
- The internet created books to teach kids about Brexit. The results are priceless.
- 23 photos that will make you see the 1950s differently
- Revealed: The 9 levels of Leaver expectations about Brexit
- Yellow brick worm: the internet stunned by child’s minimalist Lego art
- Everyday life in the capital: 19th century Helsinki, in pics
- 8 things a Finn should, and should never say abroad