FREAX Computer Binary Code Black Linux Inspired Short Sleeve t-shirt
Rock this short sleeve, comfortable shirt with FREAX printed on front with binary code inside. Freax was a portmanteau of "free", "x" and "freak" by its' creator, Linus Torvalds, in 1991 but was changed to Linux as an administrator did not like the name. While it failed there, we loved it to toast how we are freaks for our tech. Each letter has binary code flowing downward.
t. Weeyn is a play on the word between. Code is just another way to have conversations between us. Each design is a tribute to the world of computer coding and its' impact on our lives. The thing about code is you get to determine what or if there is more than you can see. This is the perfect innovative and unique gift for someone in IT, computer programming, graphic designer, computer science student or teacher. .
Full fit. Cold Water recommended.
60% combed ring-spun cotton and 40% polyester.
Printed in Orange County CA but made in Nicaragua