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First Computer Acrylic Print featuring the digital art 1889 First Computer Patent Gray by Nikki Marie Smith

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1889 First Computer Patent Gray Acrylic Print

Nikki Marie Smith

by Nikki Marie Smith

Regular Price: $93.09

25% Off   (Sale Ends in 23 Hours)

$70.00

Product Details

1889 First Computer Patent Gray acrylic print by Nikki Marie Smith.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

This artwork series is based upon vintage US patent drawings of ingenious and notable inventions, in this case, an 1889 patent by American... more

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Acrylic Print Tags

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Digital Art Tags

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Comments (12)

Alex Mir

Alex Mir

Congratulations on your recent sale!

Gull G

Gull G

Congratulations on your recent sale of a wonderful work.

Gary F Richards

Gary F Richards

Congratulations on your sale of this wonderful artwork! F/L

William Dickman

William Dickman

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Norman Johnson

Norman Johnson

Congratulations on your sale Nikki.

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Artist's Description

This artwork series is based upon vintage US patent drawings of ingenious and notable inventions, in this case, an 1889 patent by American statistician Herman Hollerith, the father of modern machine data processing. His Electric Tabulating System was designed to use punched cards to quickly tabulate statistics from millions of pieces of data, reducing the time required to tabulate the U.S. Census data from eight years to only one year. The concept of encoding data by the locations of holes in a punched card as described in Hollerith's "Art of Compiling Statistics" patent continued to dominate the computing landscape for nearly a century. Herman Hollerith founded the Tabulating Machine Company, which later merged to form the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM.) It would be another fifty years before John Vincent Atanasoff and Clifford Berry invented the first electronic computer in 1939, dubbed the ABC System. Hollerith's punch cards, later adapted to encode computer...

About Nikki Marie Smith

Nikki Marie Smith

I am an artist, a mother, and an entrepreneur. I'm passionate about music and color and seek to convey the transformative power of music through my paintings. My artwork and tutorials have been regularly featured in Cloth Paper Scissors and Cloth Paper Scissors PAGES magazines. I am following my passions and creating art that I love for the sheer joy of it! I hope it resonates with you as well. Exciting news! My self-portrait, "Music Was My First Love" won the juried 2021 Billboard Contest sponsored by Fine Art America, and is featured on a giant billboard in Houston, Texas. If you see it, let me know. For a glimpse behind-the-scenes and to see more of my artwork, including my newest pieces, works in progress, tutorials and more,...

 

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