Aatsinki – Final Swag

We have a few remaining limited edition sweatshirts leftover from our kickstarter campaign.  If anyone missed out and wants one, now is your chance!

Check the Myriapod shop today!

Aatsinki Update!

Hello Hello!

Just a quick note to let you know that Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys is now available for purchase on iTunes!

Meanwhile, we are wrapping up our US theatrical tour, beginning our UK theatrical tour and making plans for Finland. (I’m sorry, Finns, you’ll have to wait!) Check out our screenings page for upcoming screenings.

For those of you that are waiting on your kickstarter rewards or pre-ordered Aatsinki DVDs, I’m sorry to say that there has been yet another delay in the printing. DVDs will be shipping by the end of June. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

 

Aatsinki in Finland and the Official Poster

We are so excited to announce the Finnish premiere of Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys at DocPoint Helsinki at the end of this month. I look forward to seeing you there!

In the meantime, we’ve finally settled on an official poster. I hope you like it!

Aatsinki in Theaters Near You!!

The cowboys will soon be coming to a theater near you! Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys will be opening at the IFC Center in New York City beginning January 24th!
Details coming soon, as well as information about other U.S. screenings throughout the winter and early spring.

Aatsinki Season – Final Installment!

We are very excited to announce the release of the final installment of The Aatsinki Season, the online interactive companion to Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys. Thanks to the brilliant creative technologists at Murmur and the generosity of the Aatsinki family, you can now experience a full year in the life of a Finnish reindeer herder. And while you’re getting your arctic cowboy on, we also hope you will take a few simple actions (which you’ll find throughout the interactive) to help families like the Aatsinkis around the world.

Mysteries of Vernacular: Odd

The etymology of Odd is pretty peculiar. Watch the latest – and very last – Mysteries of Vernacular to see what we mean.

Mysteries of Vernacular: Yankee

What does the all-American Yankee have to do with rapscallion pirates? Find out in today’s episode of Mysteries of Vernacular.

Mysteries of Vernacular: Lady

The new Mysteries of Vernacular is brought to you by the letter L.

Mysteries of Vernacular: Robot

Robots — helpful machines or forced laborers? Deep thoughts from the latest Mysteries of Vernacular.

Journal Hiatus

I’ve been traveling so much lately, I’m spending a lot more time with my iPhone than with my computer, so I’ve decided to take a break from blogging. If you’d like to keep up with what’s happening with my work and travels, please come find me on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.