hello world: tribute to Brian Kernighan (40% to Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, Mental Health)

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hello world: tribute to Brian Kernighan (40% to Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, Mental Health)
$22.45

About the Design

In 1972, Brian Kernighan used the string "hello world" to demonstrate the management of memory in strings, in the programming language B. His words echo in the hearts and minds of every single student ever since. Designed with Gimp.

Causes

This product is donating a portion of its earnings to supported charitable Causes.

  • Brain and Behavior Research Foundation

    A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this design donates to the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, which works to alleviate the suffering caused by mental illness by awarding grants that lead to advances in scientific research.

    40% of the artist's proceeds donated, plus an additional donation from Threadless.

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Fitted T-shirt
Chest SizeInchesCentimeters
S30"-32"76-81
M32"-34"81-86
L34"-36"86-91
XL36"-38"91-97
2XL39"-41"99-104
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The fitted t-shirt features 100% preshrunk 32-single, 4.3 oz. Combed & Ring-spun cotton (Heathers contain some polyester). Due to print sizing, design image may appear smaller on larger garment sizes.

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