Pop Chart Lab Creations

November 13, 2017

By Tab Byrum

I LOVE a good chart, I always have. For me to be able to write it out and see how things are related or not related is awesome. I think that’s why I’ve always been fascinated by Family Trees, you can see where or who people came from and why they may be the way they are now. When I taught school I always enjoyed using charts in teaching and I found that the kids usually liked making charts and for people who are visual learners it helps them see the relationships or how the subject evolved. Pop Chart Labs has taken the art of making charts to the next level combining pop culture and art to create both beautiful and fun charts that break down some of our most favorite things. Whether it’s film, TV, fashion, beer, coffee, or dogs there is a chart at Pop Chart Labs for that. At PCL researchers spend a great deal of time researching and learning about particular subjects, then the design team takes that research and turns it into eye-catching art disguised as a chart. All of the charts are made in America, printed on museum-grade paper using environmentally friendly inks. Join me today for a quick look at some of my favorite charts and remember Pop Chart Lab posters would make great holiday gifts this Christmas season. Enjoy!!!

This chart catalogs all the Magical Objects from Harry Potter, it was created in conjunction with Pottermore, the official website. The perfect gift for a Potter lover. 

The Chart of Cosmic Exploration takes a look at the cosmos from the Sun all the way out to Pluto, it also traces the paths of all spacecraft that have left earth to travel through space. 

They say there’s a beer for everyone and with this chart displaying the Very, Very Many Varieties Of Beer you should be able to find what suits you. A great gift for any beer lover. 

If you or someone you know is interested in architecture and homes then the Architecture of American Houses may be for them. 

If you or someone you know is a Broadway lover than A Comprehensive Curtain Call of Broadway Costumes is a must. This chart goes all the way back to 1927 and Showboat and traces the evolution of the theater world to 2015’s Hamilton. 

I know one little boy who needs this in his room. A perfect piece of (ch)art for any lover of big machines, the Big Builders chart shows the categories and the big guys that fill them. 

It’s never too early to start teaching little ones their alphabet and the Alphabet of Animal Professions is the perfect way to help teach those letters. 

We will never forget Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda but this chart of The Many Shoes of Carrie Bradshaw’s Closet makes it more fun to remember. 

If architecture and famous structures are your game or someone you love than you need The Schematic of Structures. This chart looks at some of the most well-known buildings in the world, from Freedom Tower to Buckingham Palace and the Greek Parthenon.

 

Whatever your interests may be, chances are Pop Chart Labs has a poster chart that takes a look at the subject in-depth. Check them out here and check back tomorrow as we look at another wonderful find in the world of Design. Enjoy!!!

Words are my own.
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courtesy of Pop Chart Lab.

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