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The Paper Genius Collection uses unique papers, images, and hand-painted illustrations to highlight the life and achievements of prominent geniuses.

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This "Paper Genius" collage celebrates Albert Einstein, the famous physicist who forever changed the world with his theory of general relativity and his E=mc^2 equation. This collage shows a black and white photograph of a man alone, signifying his single-handed struggle to weave the threads of gravity, energy, light, mass, and time into a tapestry called the general theory of relativity...



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Who was the man who wanted to bring light to the world and tamed the mysterious force of Alternating Current (AC) electricity? That man's name is Nikola Tesla. Many believe that Thomas Edison was the only inventor to work with electricity, not true! Tesla invented the alternating current (AC) induction motor and other related inventions, which Westinghouse Electric licensed and purchased...



Have you ever wondered who discovered radioactivity?

This "Paper Genius" collage celebrates that person, Madame Curie. This collage was created using vintage books and music papers, ethereal hand-painted watercolors, and hand-drawn images. The vintage sheet music used reflects the symphony of her mind. She was so talented, curious, and brilliant that each thought was like a note in a grand symphony of scientific creativity, drive, and discovery...



Have you ever wondered what kind of person could change how the world uses energy or would be bold and intelligent enough to drive humanity to occupy Mars? Elon Musk is that person. He created the car company Tesla and made the idea of electric cars sexy, desirable, and profitable. The electric car has been around for years. However, before Elon Musk, their popularity was relegated to a few enthusiasts...

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This "Paper Genius" collage celebrates the life and achievements of Katherine Johnson, who was the first female African American mathematician to calculate orbits for NASA. Pictured on this collage are examples of Johnson's work which included calculating trajectories, launch windows, emergency return paths for Project Mercury and the Apollo missions...

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This "Paper Genius" celebrates the work of Erwin Schrödinger. Schrödinger was a Nobel Prize-winning physicist who was famous for his seminal equation in quantum field theory, called the Schrödinger equation. This equation provided a way to calculate the wave function of a system and how it changes with time. His "Schrödinger's Cat" thought experiment...

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This "Paper Genius" collage celebrates the work of Richard Phillips Feynman. He is famous for the creation of "Feynman Diagrams," which are graphic representations of complex mathematical expressions needed to describe interacting subatomic particles such as electrons and positrons (positive electrons). He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965 for his fundamental work in quantum electrodynamics...

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This "Paper Genius" collage celebrates the achievements and discoveries of Galileo Galilei. He is best known for his discovery of the 4 largest moons of Jupiter, proving the validity of the Heliocentric theory, and his work on falling objectsHe also studied the resistance of bodies to separation...

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This "Paper Genius" collage celebrates the groundbreaking achievements of Isaac Newton. This collage highlights his many seminal works on gravity, calculus, economics, light, and his famous manuscript,  "Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica" (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy)...

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