My Dad’s birthday just passed, and I always have trouble trying to find something unique to get him. However, this year I think I knocked it out of the park with a poster print from Pop Chart Lab.
In 2010 a book editor and a graphic designer joined forces to render all human experiences in chart form. They have made infographical treatments of beer, culinary tools, hip-hop, and dozens more. Now they’ve expanded and have a small team of researchers, designers and soldiers and continue to assemble, sit, cull and arrange massive amounts of cultural data into meaningful works of art and information.
I received the “Visual compendium of baseball jerseys” print in a poster size of 24×36. The poster features 121 hand-drawn uniforms from 1869 to current and also serves as a visual record of fashion trends in baseball over the past 150 years. Posters are printed on 100 lb archival stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, pressed on an offset lithographic press with vegetable-based inks.
I received a free product in exchange for this honest review.