Today’s “Designer Pick” features a vibrant collection of abstract woodblock prints pieced together by sculptor and artist Mitsuaki Sora. Born in Hiroshima in 1933, this assortment has become world renowned for its defining use of bold colors, graphic patterns and organic shapes. Sora’s works were featured in both the 1998 and 2008 Olympics and can be seen throughout many hotels in Japan. I was first introduced to the collection while visiting a friend in Miami and I simply fell in love with his work. These prints are very expressive, like contrary forces the shapes are interconnected and interdependent, almost dancing to the tunes of yin-yang. Simplicity, “less is more” and yet so expressive.