Daniel Kebede, a talented sculpting artist residing in the Seattle area, spent a number of hours in 2006 sculpting a granite infinity sign to communicate this message: education is very vital and has no limit.

The traditional infinity sign lies horizontally. In this sculpture, the artist deliberately chose to flip it upward. As the piece stretches toward the sky, it emphasizes that education has no limit. In addition, it puts the sculpture in a position of authority, overlooking the viewer. The piece is called
'Infinity Upward.'