Unicorns, Dreadlocks and Hula Hoops: Photos from the No Mind Festival
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Unicorns, Dreadlocks and Hula Hoops: Photos from the No Mind Festival

Photographer Liam Warton captured the hippie action in the Swedish forest.
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The No Mind Festival in Sweden is one of those mythical festivals that almost everyone has heard about but very few have attended. The festival's notability came with the award-winning documentary Three Miles North of Molkom in 2008 – the film uncovered the activities and daily life at one of Europe's largest yearly alternative festivals. The No Mind Festival is self-described as "a sparkling mix of new and familiar faces guiding us into dance, music, meditation, creativity, intimacy, heart-opening encounters as well as wisdom teachings and shamanism." In other words: it's a playground for adults who want to stretch any kind of social (and physical) boundaries.

We sent out photographer Liam Warton to capture the hippie action in the Swedish forest.