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
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