Emmi is a graphic design practice based in London that was established by Emmi Salonen. They focus on environmentally sound solutions for identities, websites, catalogues, books and other printed matter. Their broad portfolio really shows off their attention to detail. Love it. Pictured above is an annual review for the Finnish Institute and uses environmentally friendly papers and printing methods.
While rummaging through FFFFound.com I found this great online gallery (the site design is hard on the eyes) of graphic design examples from the 1920s and 1930s. You can definitely see how this early work inspired designers like Brockmann and Crouwel.
On a shameless side note, if anyone has an extra FFFFound invite I would be more than happy to take it off your hands.