Finland celebrates independence day on December 6 by watching a stuffy ball on TV. Read on for some more weird independence day traditions around the world.
It's the early hours of November 9 2016. We can think of no particular reason to release this post now. Maybe we're just into disasters and stuff.
While we're all familiar with the modern version of the snowmobile, it turns out it has a long and colourful history, spanning more than a century. To celebrate this we're taken a trip down a memory lane and unearthed the coolest snow transports of all time. Wrap up warm and enjoy the ride!
Instagram isn't for sharing pics of your food: Take helsinkifacades, an Instagram profile with some detailed snapshots of beautiful Helsinki architecture.
With much of the decade dominated by World War II, the 40s haven't gone down in history as the happiest times. But in fact there was plenty to smile about.
We love photography in all its forms at Ink Tank. But what we love even more is sharing the creativity and […]
David Bowie was an extraordinary artist. As a celebration of his life and his wonderful way of thinking, we've put together a showcase of his wisest quotes.
Sauna is a big part of Finnish identity, even in wartime. Finnish soldiers during WWII had a few spectacular sauna tricks up their sleeve.
During an attack on asylum seekers in Lahti, Finland, a racist protester was wearing an improvised Ku Klux Klan robe. Newsflash: the KKK hated Finns too.