A contemporary piece of art in a chunky gold frame, this fabulous design is a depiction of the iconic Ada Lovelace, the Victorian computing visionary whose understanding of computing remained unparalleled and unappreciated for 100 years!
Brought into the modern era by the creative genius of Daniel Orlick, Ada has cogs and diodes in her hair, headphones on her ears, and clothing patterned with the binary code. The chunky, gold frame gives this piece a true Victorian, gentleman’s lounge feel, making this the most perfect presentation for such a timeless piece of graphic art.
The frame measures approximately 40cm by 50cm, its width at the thickest section being approx 4cm. The print itself measures 29.5 by 39cm.
Includes a signed certificate of authenticity.
(Nb: This is a used frame, hence wear and tear commensurate with standard use is visible. However, it does not detract from the quality of the presentation and is stated for information purposes).
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