Just like the famous
nursery rhyme, Mozart transcends your little star above the world so high. The
Stellar night sky is illuminated by Mirror music scores while the Jolly stars
dance freely nearby.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, an
Austrian composer, was a prolific artist who created a string of operas,
concertos, symphonies and sonatas that significantly shaped classical music. He
composed more than 600 works of music, including the melody for the famous
lullaby Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. Today, Mozart is among the
most influential classical composers, and his mastery is profound on
Western Classical Music.
Designed to resemble the American flag, Mary Pickersgill is
bright, bold and beautiful.
This patriotic print is here just in
time to celebrate our country's birthday. Featuring Red, White and Mirror, it's
sure to get your little one in the spirit this 4th of July.
Mary Pickersgill was an American business woman
and well-known seamstress who created the Great Garrison Flag that flew during
the 1814 Battle of Baltimore. Her flag, which was the largest garrison flag
ever flown at the time, became the inspiration behind a poem written by Francis
Scott Key now known as the United States National Anthem. Today, the original
30 by 42-foot flag created by Mary resides in the Smithsonian Institution's
National Museum of American History.
Aside from her flag making business, Mary also addressed social
issues for disadvantaged women, including housing, employment and financial
aid. As President of the Impartial Female Humane Society, she opened a home for
elderly women that later expanded into an entire retirement community named in
her honor, as was the World War II Liberty ship, the SS Mary Pickersgill.
This geometric pattern is fresh, fun and far from obtuse!
Multi=color triangles in Stellar, Hummingbird, Grasshopper and Sassy act
in congruence to help this print take shape.
Wacław Sierpiński was a Polish mathematician known for his work
on set theory, number theory and the theory of functions and topology. He
delivered the first-ever lecture course on theory, and has published more
than 700 papers and 50 books on this subject. Sierpinski has received numerous
awards and recognitions for his contributions to mathematics. He has
three well-known fractals in his honor, including the Sierpinski
triangle. This figure forms a geometric pattern, as the midpoints of each
side of the triangle are connected, creating four additional triangles in which
the sides are connected, allowing infinitely many possible iterations if
While supplies last!Alicia Boole Stott (1860-1940)
Alicia Boole Stott, better
known as "The Princess of Polytopia," was a British mathematician who
not only introduced the meaning of the word “polytope,” but was one of
the first to explore the fourth dimension . Alicia’s findings made an
impact in the geometrical world in the early 1900s, earning her an
honorary doctorate. Her work is exhibited at many museums and
universities throughout the world and continues to influence others to
this day. Educational and inspirational, Alicia's discoveries continue
to inspire and mesmerize the minds of many, and are worthy of a spot in
the Hall of Genius.
While supplies last!
Louis Armstrong 1901-1971
Louis Armstrong was an
incredible musician and singer who was known for his innovative
performances on the trumpet and deep, gravelly voice. He made a
foundational impact in the music industry that many artists imitate to
this day. Louis' gifts led to a historical shift in jazz music.
"Though the history of jazz is filled with many exceptional and
innovative musicians, it is hard to find any one who has had as profound
an influence on the movement as Louis Armstrong." - NPR
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