The Certificate for the Nobel Prize in Literature

As one of the top awards in the world, will the certificate of the Nobel Prize be a red envelope? Of course not! It was designed by a special artist according to the characteristics and achievements of the recipient.

The certificate for the Nobel Prize in literature was designed by the Swedish Academy of Arts. The color on the cover of the certificate is not fixed, and the certificate is placed in a hand-made box with the recipient's name on it.

The Old Man and the Sea, 1954
Hemingway's certificate was brightly colored.
The painting is about the old man and the waves, boats and big fish in the sea.

Hombres de maíz, 1967
Written by Miguel Ángel Asturias, a Guatemalan writer.
The certificate combines native American elements with national characteristics,
Which expresses concern about the future of their nation.

Sorstalanság, 2012
Written by Kertész Imre, a Hungarian Jewish writer.
The certificate design also adopts realistic style.

Frog, 2012
The Certificate Design of Mo Yan, a writer of root-seeking literature
Follows the rolling fields of his works and highlights the local flavor.

The certificate for the Nobel Prize in physics was designed by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The certificate cover is blue

In 1903, the Curies won an award for their work on radioactivity.
On the upper left side is the pattern of scattering.
On the right is a steaming bottle.

In 1921, Einstein proposed the photon hypothesis to explain the photoelectric effect.
The certificate was an earlier, simpler style with his medal on it.

In 1957, Chen-Ning Yang was awarded for his theory of parity nonconservation.
The certificate design abstracts particles directly.
The mirror element is also used.

In 2001, Eric Cornell won a prize for his work on Bose-Einstein condensate.
Below the certificate design is a cloud of gas above the flow.

In 2013, the Higgs mechanism was proposed by Peter Higgs.
The deep blue of the certificate represents the infinity of the universe.
Two balls represent particles.

The Nobel Prize in chemistry was also designed by the Royal Swedish academy of sciences. But the cover is red.

In 1911, Madame Curie discovered the element polonium and Radium and won a second prize.
The overall design of the certificate is very symmetrical on both sides.
The design elements of books and scales tend to be feminine.

In 1918, Fritz Haber won the prize for making ammonia.
There is also a gas element design at the top of the certificate.
The elements of plants and cities symbolize his contribution to human development.

In 2001, Noyo Ryoji, Knowles and Sharpless won the prize in the field of asymmetric synthesis.
The certificate design is symmetrical.
But the color and style are not symmetrical.

The Nobel prize in physiology / medicine is designed by the Nobel Committee of the Royal Caroline Institute. The cover is also red.

In 1908, Paul Ehrlich won the prize for discovering cellular phagocytosis and autoimmunity.
Certificates create a vibrant natural scene.

In 1953, Francis Crick and Cavendish discovered the double helix structure of DNA.
The certificate uses a spiral element

in 1928, Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin.
The top right corner of the certificate is a medical sign to cure the disease.
The middle trees are flanked by doctors and soldiers.
Because penicillin cured many infections during world war II.

The Nobel Prize in economics has been awarded since 1969 and was also designed by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The certificate cover of this award is brown.

In 1994, John Nash was awarded for his work on non-game theory,
The certificate design looks like a still life painting,

In 1998, Amartya Sen made outstanding contributions to welfare economics.
This painting design is the most abstract one that has ever been seen.

in 2008, Paul Krugman founded the new international trade theory.
The design of the certificate pattern is composed of simple geometry,
A cube, a sphere, and a mirror.

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