One of my favorite spots in Miami Beach is the Wolfsonian Museum, a gem I never miss to visit when traveling to Miami for the Art Basel events. This time, on show is the exhibition ‘Myth and Machine: The First World War in Visual Culture.” Micky Wolfson, the founder is a true visionary that created an exceptional design collection, the only one of its kind, which reflects his deep knowledge in the history of design. A Miami native and a graduate from Princeton University, Wolfson started his collection of decorative and propaganda art after the death of his parents and the sale of Wometco, the company his father founded. The collection is surprising, fresh, and unique, comprising of objects that spanned the first decades of the twentieth century. and are some of my own favorite. The one on top is a chair and puzzle desk by Paul Theodore Frankl (1927).