Considered to be the first Computer Programmer, Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, was a mathematical genius and could see the art in numbers and how they could be used to programme Charles Babbages Analytical Engine.
Not just a genius with maths, her correspondence with Charles Babbage revealed that she could see computers helping society in the future. (Read my Blog post about her in celebration of Ada Lovelace Day)
This sticker is based on an original watercolour which in turn is inspired by the portrait of Lady Lovlace by Alfred Edward Chalon and has the words "Get with the Programme" wrapping around her. Plesae note the artwork is inspired by the work by Chalon and is not a direct copy.
The image of Ada has a white border and can be placed on most flat, smooth surfaces, such as notebooks, smart device cases, laptops, fodlers and more!
The orignal watercolour has been scanned into digital image editing software where it was tidied up then, printed onto glossy vinyl sticker paper and then cut, all in house at MGB HQ!
- Printed and cut at MGB HQ on glossy vinyl sticker paper
- Measures approx 6cm x 10cm, a good size that still shows the detail
- Packaged in an eco friendly celo bag with a backing card, making it easy to recycle
- Great for sending to a friend as the stickers are small enough to fit in a small envelope.