WASHINGTON - Passersby may have been surprised on Thursday morning as they passed the Albert Einstein Memorial.
The bronze statue at the National Academy of Sciences was bursting with color - pink, purple and blue - after being "yarn-bombed" overnight.
While the culprit has not been officially recognized, polish-born artist Olek tweeted a photo early Thursday morning of the statue. The artist, who lives in Brooklyn, is known for draping public statues in colorful yarn, says the DCist.
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