“All math teachers get an additional print for free...
let us know where you teach and we'll probably send you more!”
New York pop artist Michael Albert is best known for his “pop
cubist” cereal box collages. Michael's unique style was born one
day when he decided not to throw out an empty Frosted Flakes cereal box,
and to see what he could make of it instead. From that day
forward, he has diligently gathered the symbols of commercial America
that surround us, and turned them into a series of collages with a wide
array of themes. One of them is, of course, the number Pi.
Michael has created Pi collages of several lengths, from 30 digits to
more than 250. He's so devoted to this theme that he hopes one
day to construct a multi-thousand digit mega-collage! And even
better, he loves to give away his art to people he meets on the street,
and to people who have a fondness for his collages' subjects!
If you like what you see below, or think that the student who wins this
year's Pi Day memory contest would like it, write to Michael at
tell him who you are and how you plan to use his posters!
Number Pi, 2005" (Available in
the Store at Cerealism.com)
- 190 Digits