Hedy Lamarr Framed Print


Most people know Hedy Lamarr was a movie star, but more people need to know that she was also an inventor. She didn't let being self-taught stop her from tinkering around and thinking of ways to make things better. (Like telling Howard Hughes to make his planes more streamlined so they could fly faster.) She invented a frequency-hopping signal so radio-controlled torpedoes couldn't be tracked. It was implemented on Navy ships in the 60s, and the technology eventually helped up get Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Plus, this outfit is amazingggggg.

Printed on archival and acid-free lustre Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper with archival, pigment-based inks, the 8x8 print comes in a 1.25’’ solid wood frame with a 2’’ white mat. The full size of the frame is 14x14 inches, and it has paper backing with sawtooth hanger. The frame comes in three shades; natural wood, white or black.

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