About Johannes
Johannes Romppanen is a self thaught portrait and documentary photographer. Besides working on his own projects he shoots for international magazines like Monocle, Case da Abitare, Sunday Telegraph, NEON.
http://www.johannesromppanen.com
Current city: Helsinki
Johannes Romppanen is a self thaught portrait and documentary photographer. Besides working on his own projects he shoots for international magazines like Monocle, Case da Abitare, Sunday Telegraph, NEON.
 
They have huge cinnamon buns here, a nice thing to split with your friends. A really finnish treat. Owed by café esplanad (where you get the same sort of bakeries), but I prefer Success for it's smaller space.
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You could spend hours looking through photographers portfolios and books.
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Töölönlahti Bay is a really nice area in the middle of Helsinki. It's a lovely walk around the bay and especially in the summer you can sit down and have break at the café located up on the hill and enjoy the view.
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This place is known for the personal owner, Kostas, from Greece and they say the coffee is great, but I don't drink coffee. I come here for the Hot Chocolate, the best in town.
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When you say Central Park, you think New York, well, the Central Park in Helsinki is slightly different, it is a forrest belt in the city.
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Illustrator from Helsinki, Finland.
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Antti Kalevi is an artist and illustrator currently based in Helsinki, Finland. His works are featured in, among others, ANTI Magazine, dpi Magazine, Printed Pages and SPUR Japan. Antti’s long list of international clients include The New York Times, Finlandia Vodka, Kauniste, ELLE Italia and Universal Music. He is represented by Agent Pekka in Europe and the US.
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Ana (*1993), situated between an idealist wanting to change the world by great concepts and a pessimist firmly believing in our imminent death, currently works on the creative advertising industry. Lately, Ana is haunted by anguish which lusts in (an artistic) practice of inertia, fear, and parabolas of listing meandering thoughts and free associations. Finding herself researching on the topics of productivity and emotional labor, she boils down writings for the sake of it, further elevating her scribbles with design mastery. During the day, particularly from 9 to 5, or later, Ana is a productive producer, always eager for the next task mask. Her works have been exhibited in the privacy of her home and thoughts, some museums such as Het Nieuwe Instituut and EKKM and monthly paychecks. Ana has been ⅓ of we need to talk — an experimental editorial approach to talking as a way of curating. Ana still likes to talk on the phone.
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Marina Veziko is a Kyiv born but Helsinki raised and based graphic designer with a focus on branding and art direction. Before starting her own practice she used to work at Werklig, where she was busy building brands and designing visual identities with heavy emphasis on strategic thinking for a variety of clients operating in culture, cosmetics, technology and foodstuff. Among other recognitions she has received the Adobe Nordic Creative Talent Award in 2016. //////// IG @veziko
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Hugo d'Alte is a portuguese art director, designer and photographer living Helsinki, Finland.
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