Custom Name Necklace with Rhinestone Letters

home decor, Ada Lovelace



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A portrait of the 19th century woman, credited with being the 1st to envision the capabilities of computer programming. Images of Ada Lovelace are interspersed among “flashy” components set out in a grid. She is surrounded with stripes and framed by code amidst heatsinks with copper tubing, the recording head of a VCR, a blue stepped motherboard (top left) and a gold covered part of a crypto currency miner (center bottom).Materials: Scrap wood, appropriated imagery, motherboards, heat sinks, VCR core, copper, aluminum, blue LED’s.- Pictures just do not convey the presence of these pieces. - one of a kind- signed and dated-Dimensions: 24” x 18” x 2”- FREE SHIPPING in continental US Please convo for shipping outside continental USIf you like it, let me know! Fave my shop!!Custom orders of theme, color scheme & size are welcome.My work is made of materials that become available.They are limited quantities and are always changing. If you see something you like, don't wait they may sell out and most likely never be made again. Finding beauty in unexpected places - I am inspired by the variety of shapes, colors, materials, textures and patternsfound in outdated technology. I combine these three dimenstional formswith alterned imagery in sculptural collage I call Hacker Creations. Working out of The Artisan's Asylum in Somerville, MA since 2012.Visit to see more of my work.Check out a wonderful video by Sara Pagiaro on my About Page.If you like it, let me know! Fave my shop!!, repurpose

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