Princeton Architectural Press - Notecards with Envelopes - Einstein
Princeton Architectural Press Einstein Notecards with Envelopes
Albert Einstein, the esteemed German theoretical physicist whose name is synonymous with genius', was responsible for some of the most significant findings in the history of science, but was also revered for his thoughts on everything from world peace to the nature of the universe and the existence of God. This distinctive notecard collection features 12 notecards with 4 of his most inspiring observations on the topics of imagination, reality, knowledge and mystery. The notecard set contains a selection of 4 styles of printed envelopes that showcase reproductions of the famed physicist's notebooks and stunning photographs of the cosmos, which so heavily influenced his thinking. These modern notecard sets are great for the science-lover in your life and they make an excellent holiday, birthday, graduation or anniversary card.
The Princeton Architectural Press has published a great thinkers series of notecards with famous life quotes from historical figures from around the world, including poets like Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson and Henry David Thoreau; nature conservationist John Muir, physicist Albert Einstein and even Buddha! Collect them all!
The Einstein notecard set comes in an attractive box and contains 12 notecards (4 quotes, 3 of each) and 12 printed envelopes (4 patterns, 3 of each).
Dimensions: 4.75” x 6”
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