Grace Hopper Print
Grace Hopper was a computer scientist and US Navy Rear Admiral. I feel like the women who were so key to the creation of computers as we know them today are pretty absent from history. Maybe I don't know enough about the history of computers. But anyway, Grace Hopper invented the compiler (aka software that converts programming languages into ones and zeros). She also coined the term "computer bug." Kind of a big deal. Also, in every photo I found of her, she looked like a total boss.
This 8"x8" print is the perfect addition for your studio or office to pay homage to your favorite extraordinary woman and serve as a constant source of inspiration.
This illustration is printed on 100 lb matte smooth finish paper. The luxurious print will look great by itself, or placed in your own favorite frame.
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