The coolest Einstein public art on the planet
Albert Einstein continues to be celebrated with public artworks around the world.
Even Einstein needed some down time, and in the mind of Montana artist Jim Dolan, he filled (some of) it playing Frisbee.
Dolan memorialized that idea with this life-size sculpture of Einstein, titled "Between Theorems," which was placed on the campus of Western Michigan University in 2010.
It's made from welded steel and powder coated in gold, and is meant to depict Einstein's whimsical side.