Paperblanks Embellished Tesla, Sketch of a Turbine, Pencil Case 8.75 x 2.5 x 1.5 Inch
Paperblanks celebrates Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), a Serbian-American inventor and engineer. On the outside of the pecil case is Tesla's sketch of a turbine, one of very few drafted by Tesla himself. Tesla, very seldom puts his idea on paper, relying instead on his innate ability to visualize buildings or specific objects using only his imagination.
The sketch reproduced on the cover of this Paperblanks Pencil Case is of the inventor’s turbine research and is among the thousands of original documents that reside in the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, Serbia. Tesla was once the most famous for his contribution to the design of the alternating current (AC) electrical system. His legacy endures in Tesla, Inc. Elon musk, electric vehicles, solar panels and lithium-ion batteries.
Trust your pencils to a case wrapped in the brilliant imagination of Nikola Tesla. – the scientist and inventor said it best himself, “Of all things I liked books best."
- Hard Case
- Dimensions 8.75 x 2.5 x 1.25 Inch
- Material embossed hard cardstock
- Some of our images show accessories like pencils and paperclips - these are not included
- Sturdy well crafted design allways holds its shape
- Magnetic lid doubles as stand
- Additional nesting small storage box for smaller items
- Paperblanks bookmark with historical details of cover design
- ISBN 9781439754658
About Scientist and Inventor Nikola Tesla
Serbian scientist, inventor, dreamer and showman Nikola Tesla was born in what is modern day Croatia in 1856, moved to the USA in his lates twenties and passed away in New York city at the age of 86 in 1943. Nikola Tesla speaks to modern day imaginations, because Elon Musks selection of the Brand Name Tesla for his electric car company. Tesla's long list of inventions, some not acknowledged, his work on futuristic projects like wireless communication and unwavering commitment to his vision no matter what the cost, serves as an inspiration to some of todays start up leaders.