Five Musicians Building a New World in the Face of Estonia's Isolated Past
The fall of the Soviet Union and homecomputing changed the face of music in the eastern European country, which now is full of musicians looking to the past to build the future.
Why Don't We Have Free Public Transit?
Estonia just rolled out the largest free public transit scheme in the world. Here's why we're not following suit.
Why This Ex-'Angry Birds' Exec Wants to Build a $15B Tunnel Under the Baltic Sea
“I haven’t built tunnels before.”
Estonia’s Government Wants to Raise Money With a Cryptocurrency ICO
This is a first.
Literally Everything Is Sexual in Tommy Cash’s Innuendo-Filled Music Video
Yes, even a nuclear power plant.
Estonia Is Demonstrating How Government Should Work in a Digital World
The country is pioneering an economic strategy for small countries that is smarter and nobler than serving as a tax haven.
There Are Now 10,000 E-Residents of Estonia
Estonia is the first country in the world to let people have digital residencies.
Estonia's e-Residency Program Is the Future of Immigration
The country's 10,000 "e-residents" are redefining what it means to immigrate.
This Female-Led Estonian Film Reveals the Dark Side of Motherhood [Exclusive]
Opening tomorrow at the Tribeca Film Festival, 'MOTHER (EMA)' is a darkly ironic film about motherhood and attempted murder in small-town Eastern Estonia.
The We Missed You Issue
Capturing the Subtle Healing of Two Damaged Homes
Terttu Uibopuu photographs subtle signs of trauma and recovery in the American South and in her native Estonia.
Gorgeous Stop-Motion Experiment Animates Solid Porcelain
Enchanting work from Estonian artist Anu-Laura Tuttelberg.
The Up in Flames Issue
A Sneak Peek at Some Upcoming VICE Documentaries
This month on VICE: Lace up your boots with the Estonian military, peep in on the world of a Muslim cult leader obsessed with fake tits, and rave in a 700-year-old salt mine in Krakow.