Potty about Pythagoras? True fan of trigonometry? Or maybe you want to inspire your family to love maths too? Maths posters embrace the world of numbers, equations and shapes to create colourful works of art that look just as great on your walls at home as they would in a classroom. Teach kids their 1,2,3 with our number posters or admire the surprising beauty of simple shapes and patterns becoming works of art. Whatever you love best, you’ll find it in our math-tastic selection…
There’s no need for maths to be dull! Gone are the days of stuffy lessons, today’s maths is fun and interactive. Brighten up a child’s bedroom, playroom or homework area with a colourful print and you’ll be helping them on their way to loving maths. Give young children a helping hand with learning to count to ten by incorporating their favourite animals in ‘Zoo 123 Pink’ or yummiest fruit and veg in ‘Learn to count’. Or climb aboard the ‘Tractor train with farm animals and numbers’ for a super bright splash of colour. Older children will love the street art style of ‘Numbers Game’ or appreciate a memory aid for their studies, such as ‘Geometric Formulas’ or ‘Multiplication Table’. Seeing something every day certainly helps it sink in!
Pay homage to history’s greatest mathematicians by hanging a fine art portrait in your home. With geniuses from Isaac Newton to Archimedes to choose from, you’ll find plenty of maths posters to inspire you. What could look better in a home office than wise faces gazing down at you, spurring you on to greatness? Sometimes maths posters are striking in their simplicity. From the geometric patterns of ‘Bronze Stargaze’ to the funky maths-inspired posters, such as ‘Pythagorean Triad’ or ‘Goldner-Harary Arc Graph’, these prints could work well in any room, subtly celebrating classic maths as well as the latest interior trends.
Give some thought to your choice of material to help your maths posters shine. Fine art portraits look wonderful on cotton canvas, perhaps framed in a shadow joint frame to give them that authentic museum feel. Contemporary maths-inspired prints are well-suited to slender materials, such as Alu-Dibond or acrylic glass – and there’s always high-quality photo paper for a quick and easy result.