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Albert Einstein sitting on the front steps of his home, smiling and cross-legged while wearing fuzzy slippers

Now we know how the famed scientist and mathematical genius kept himself comfortable in his home, or home office, even: fluffy, fuzzy slippers!

Photo via Retronaut

The world most likely got to know about Albert Einstein ‘s quirky side from the iconic photo shot by Arthur Sasse in 1951:, but there are many other snaps showing the famed scientist’s funny and carefree moments. The photo above is another example, taken during the 1950’s by Gillett Griffin showing Einstein sitting on the front steps of his Princeton home donning his fuzzy slippers.

Want to see more photos of Albert Einstein chilling and having fun like all of us do? Take a look at some snaps from his summer sailing vacation and visit to Hopi House in Arizona!

Like these random vintage photos? See more articles from the Overly Descriptive Title series in the Lomography Magazine!

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