Albert Einstein "Stay Curious" Posterby Brad Meltzer
Limited edition run of 250 only. Hand numbered. Printed in America.
Prints measure 11x17", on archival Epson Ultrachrome ink, on Cold Press Natural watercolor paper.
Text on poster reads: The biggest moment in Albert Einstein’s young life came when he was four or five years old and sick in bed. To cheer him up, his father brought him a compass. He was fascinated by how the compass worked. No matter which way Einstein turned it, the needle always pointed north. That compass made a deep and lasting impression on him. And it made him curious. Today, people say Einstein was a genius. But back then, teachers thought he was a daydreamer. Never forget: There’s nothing foolish about dreaming big and being curious.
Art by Chris Eliopoulos