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 โ€” 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.

This meticulously organized chart places 300 hand tools into five categories: tools that measure, stabilize, mark, divide and manipulate. There's nothing motorized, digitally calibrated or battery-powered in this lot, only unplugged originals, and brass and aluminum inks lend a metallic shine to the 24"x36" print. At $26 with today's discount, it's the perfect gift for anyone who knows a rabbet plane from a rafting square. [Pop Chart Lab]