Web Publishing for
Arts & Letters

Winter 2018

Arts Letters

Unmethod publishes for the web, providing web applications and editorial services for creative individuals and organizations.

Our clients include artists, architects, musicians, designers, photographers, cinematographers, educators, print publishers and farmers.

& Samples

Unmethod offers a range of web publishing services, from site design and architecture, to content creation and management, to enterprise grade e-commerce and hosting solutions.

We also offer editorial services, for all your English language content needs. Provide us with a first draft of your English language copy, and Unmethod will do the rest — using a rigorous drafting process, we transform rough concepts into clear, concise, grammatically continuous narratives.

Below are some recent samples of our work:

  1. 01 Frantsila Herb Farm

    Frantsila represents a 300 year family history of organic land tenure, an extreme northern latitude that produces some of the hardiest plants on the planet, a hand-crafted, small batch production method, and a GMO free, cruelty free commitment. Support your small farmer: go and buy as much beauty and wellness as you can manage.

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  2. 02 Lokal Helsinki

    Part exhibition space and part concept store, Lokal sells independent Finnish art and design objects, offering a curated selection of items that reflect the inherent value of handmade process, craftsmanship and small scale production. If one must buy an object, buy an object that matters.

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  3. 03 Finarte

    Finarte designs and manufactures affordable, sustainable rugs that balance a traditional Finnish rag rug weaving heritage with a contemporary Finnish design sensibility. Know your warp from your weft.

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  4. 04 LumoKids

    Can a children's furniture line satisfy an adult's desire for beautiful, functional design, as well as engage a child's infinitely playful and adventurous imagination? Yes it can.

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  5. 05 Hakola

    Handmade furniture from the woodworking capitol of central Finland, now for sale on the world wide web.

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  6. 06 Maijan Maailma

    A web magazine for the musings of Maija Lukkari-Nyman and friends, covering everything from kitchen works to home renovation to fitness tips and techniques.

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  7. 07 LUMI Accessories

    We provide regular code and content for the venerable Nordic leather goods maker.

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  8. 08 Niko Luoma

    The artist speaks for himself: “working only with light and light sensitive materials, I am fascinated by the fact that this process leaves nothing behind — no debris, no ruin — just an exposed negative.”

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  9. 09 KOLM3 Commerce

    Our very own managed e-commerce platform, which offers design-oriented companies and individuals an elegant and inexpensive web shop solution.

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Almost reason enough to move back to San Francisco: “the news that Mr. Salonen, 60, will become the next music director of the San Francisco Symphony, which the orchestra announced on Wednesday, is sure to stun the classical music field.”


“Ten years ago, under the direction of founder Ludovica Rambelli, eight members of the Italian company, Malatheatre, discovered first hand the insanely rigorous poses Caravaggio demanded of his models, creating 23 tableaux vivants inspired by the master's oeuvre.”


An embarrassment of online art riches: you can now access over 44,000 images at The Art Institute of Chicago's new website; Stanford Libraries make the Warhol photography archives public; the Internet Archive publishes Hamonshū, a three volume collection of Yuzan's wave drawings; and, the Rijiksmuseum is live streaming its restoration of Rembrandt's The Night Watch, in July 2019.


May Irwin Kiss, “an osculatory performance by May Irwin and John Rice.” Just one of the gems from The LOC's new National Screening Room Collection, many of which are in the public domain.

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