The auto industry spans across the globe, but America has a particular passion for pistons. Pop Chart Lab's latest print rounds up some of the best, most beautiful, and downright Americanest vehicles ever produced in this great land, from 1895 right up through 2014.
Our friends at Pop Chart Lab love tracing down the tangled, tortuous branches of the family trees connecting some of our favorite things. They've done it for beer, and now they're switching to the hard stuff, with a lovely taxonomy of the world's many types of whiskey.
The world is going digital, but we still spend our days in physical spaces largely crafted by hand. The carpenter's art isn't just in the final product — there's rugged beauty in every toolbox. Pop Chart Lab's newest print shows the purposeful elegance of tools whose only source of power is a skilled pair of hands.
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.
Need to know which superhumans excel in shapeshifting? What superpower does Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man possess? Pop Chart Lab's Illustrated Omnibus of Superpowers answers all your superpower queries rather concisely, and they're selling copies you can mount on your wall.