These Gorgeous Screenprints Showcase a City's Most Famous Structures

As part of a project called "Shapes of Cities," London-based designer Yoni Alter takes a handful of iconic buildings from various metropolitan areas and silhouettes their shapes in a range of colours, overlapping the forms to create a single abstracted, impossible skyline. Read More >>

Silently Celebrate Typewriters with This Illustrated Army of Classics

There's no denying that typewriters were (and are!) fantastically complex and beautiful pieces of machinery. They're also noisy, expensive, and a pain to use. With Pop Chart's Visual Compendium of Typewriters though, you can have the best of both worlds: antique art and a backspace key. Read More >>

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Some Guy Turned Each Episode of Breaking Bad Into its Own Dope Poster

It's been five months since one of the greatest shows ever to grace the small screen has gone off the air, but if you're one of the many rapt Breaking Bad fans, you're probably still pretty deep in mourning. Fortunately for you, Hungarian designer Zsolt Molnár (Zsutti) decided to pay homage to the meth-loaded masterpiece by designing a poster for each of the show's 62 episodes. And each one is absolutely fantastic. Read More >>

These Posters Immortalise Classic Films in Retro-Cool Style

Have you ever dreamed about living in your favourite film? Maybe you want to float through space chatting with HAL from 2001: A Space Odyssey, or kick it with crazy Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Well, now you can get one step closer with these posters of classic film interiors. Read More >>

This is London's Favourite Underground Poster

The enthusiast crowd at the London Transport Museum was asked to vote for its favourite veteran London Underground poster, with the 40,000 voters eventually plumping for Horace Taylor's 1924 portrayal of well-dressed toffs heading down the escalators for an evening of debauchery. Read More >>

Photoshop, or Did Samsung Cock Up and Suggest Using a Penis to Control the Galaxy Note?

Let's be generous and put this staggering Samsung billboard down to a typographical error at the printer, shall we? Though it's more than likely a Photoshop, yes. Although, biologically speaking, the penis is better than the finger in some respects, although the finger is perhaps more adaptable and can reach... we'll stop there. Read More >>

How Many Rappers Are Named Lil? This Massive Map Shows You

How many rappers can possibly have a name that's anchored by the word big? Or lil? Or fat? Or slim? Or any other adjective used to describe size? The answer is a lot, and if you don't believe me, check out The Massive Map of Hip Hop Monikers—an extensive visualization of names in hip hop from Pop Chart Lab. Read More >>

A Poster of Every Star Wars Character from Just the Good Movies

So you want a Star Wars poster featuring all the characters, but Jar Jar Binks and kid-Anakin keep polluting the scene? I feel your pain. But a new print by artist Max Dalton and put out by Spoke Art has you covered. It has all your favourite heroes...from episodes IV-V and nothing else. Read More >>

All Your Favourite NES Games in One Swirling Vortex of Nostalgia

Remember before video games had polygons? Or online play? Or more than just an 'A' and 'B' button? When ducks were hunted and princesses were in another castle? Well now you can stare into that cyclone of NES history with this tornado of video game days gone by from Pop Chart Labs. Read More >>

Every Original Star Trek Episode as a Vintage Movie Poster

So Into Darkness was fun, but there's nothing quite like the classics that started the whole thing off. If you're into them, Juan Ortiz has a treat for you: each of the original 80 episodes as a righteous vintage poster. Read More >>

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All Hail Histomap: 4,000 Years of History in a Single Poster

Initially published by Rand McNally in 1931, the Histomap took the form of a five foot long poster folded down into a relatively normal sized envelope and sold for a dollar (roughly 64p), or £8 in today's money. The Vault dug up an image of the envelope, and the pitch written on the outside pretty much speaks for itself. Read More >>

This Minimalist Periodic Table Turns Electrons into Art

Nerds have been decorating with the periodic table for longer than most people can remember, but let's face it: it's never looked good. This lovely minimalist interpretation does the impossible and actually makes it mesmerising to behold, even if it's slightly less informative. Read More >>

Drool at this Chart of All the Glorious Superpowers You'll Never Have

I don't have any superpowers. Neither do you. But we can both salivate with envy at all the marvelous flavors of superpowers we could have, if they were real. And to aid us in that noble pursuit, Pop Chart has put out their Giant-Size Omnibus of Superpowers, a (fairly) comprehensive menu of powers and their associated owners. Read More >>

The Periodic Table of Muppets Brings Order to Wocka Wocka

Not everybody's into chemistry but you have to be a special kind of insane to not have a fondness for the Muppets. This periodic table of Muppetry is a wonderfully organised and colourful take on the history of the form than anyone (with a soul) can appreciate, chem-geek or not. Read More >>

The First Poster For the Next Hobbit Film is Way Mysterious

The first poster for the next Hobbit film has been released in advance of the first trailer (probably coming tomorrow), and and considering it's for a film called Desolation of Smaug, there's not a lot of dragon in it. Probably because of all the desolation crammed in there. Poor Bilbo looks lonely. Read More >>

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The Favourite Boozy Beverage of Classic Movie Characters, In One Chart

On an 18-inch by 24-inch print you'll see a catalogue of 49 different drinks from classic literature and film — everything from The Great Gatsby and Casablanca to Groundhog Day and Fletch. It'll beef up your boozy movie knowledge, but unfortunately recipes are not included. [PopChartLab] Read More >>


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