Scandinavia

Women in Net Art

This Glittery 3D Art Is Making Us Nostalgic for Myspace

Did we make your top eight?
Nicole Ruggiero
6.2.18
Local's View

A Day Out In Oslo With Jenny Hval

Cafes, libraries, studios, and jazz clubs in the capital with the Norwegian avant-gardist.
Kate Hennessy
12.18.17
tech

The Rise and Fall of Nokia 3310, the Funnest Phone Ever

How a team of Finnish twentysomethings created an iconic, indestructible device.
Katherine Gillespie
11.28.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Norway’s Beloved ‘Troll Penis’ Rock Is Erect Again

The famed rock formation was vandalized, but quickly reattached thanks to a crowdfunding campaign.
Allie Conti
7.8.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Some Dickhead Vandalised Norway's Penis Rock

Crowdfunders want you to donate some kroner to save the boner.
Katherine Gillespie
6.26.17
Premieres

DD Owen and Die Rötzz Are Taking Their Demented New Orleans Punk to Scandinavia

How do you say "I need to speak to a lawyer" in Finnish?
Tim Scott
7.6.16
Interviews

Meet GKR, the Kid About to Put Icelandic Hip-Hop on the Map

He raps in Icelandic, but the turn up is universal.
12.11.15
Stuff

How a Thor-Worshipping Religion Turned Racist

Fans of The Avengers aren't the only lovers of Thor. We looked into the current observations of Odinism and Asatru, religions that celebrate the Norse gods, to reveal their dark, white supremacist underbelly.
Rick Paulas
5.1.15
Design

A Rainbow Power Plant Rises in Sweden

Bjarke Ingels Group releases their design for the city of Uppsala's new power plant.
Sami Emory
2.26.15
Stuff

This 'Authentic Vibes' Promo Video for Copenhagen Is a Joke, Right?

Are you a fan of "quirky cafes," "original microbreweries," "neighboring fishmongers," and "buzzing sustainable restaurants"? Boy oh boy do we have the video for you!
Paulina Bachlakova and Joel Golby
11.24.14
VICE Premiere

​Stream ‘Silver Cloak,’ Drippin’s Debut EP

Drippin is one of those club music producers whose goal is to "have you on the edge of being uncomfortable."
Lauren Schwartzberg
11.11.14
Travel

There's Still Something Mythical About Small-Town Finland

Five photographers traveled to Kainuu in Northeast Finland, the birthplace of the Kalevala, and explored the mythology through contemporary photography. I called up one of the guys, Aapo, to chat about the project.
Caisa Ederyd
5.21.14
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