Want to learn to design like us? Pop Chart Lab Co-Founder Ben Gibson is teaching an “Intro to Data Visualization" class at Skillshare.com. Data visualization is the perfect way to use graphic design to tell complex stories — this class walks you through an expert’s process to reveal how these complex images come to life.
And, in case a love of learning isn’t incentive enough, the top three student projects from the class could be featured on PCL social media!
For a limited time, our new whiskey taxonomy is available in laser-engraved wood (pictured), complete with cork center, metal cask strapping, and custom red oak frame. Or you can get it on regular ol’ paper. Either way, it’s 20% for three more hours!
Tired of THIS?
*Clip of guy crushed under weight of 58 guitars strapped to his chest* “Ow! There’s got to be a better way to visually express my love of guitars!”
WELL NOW THERE IS
Progression of Zombification
http://pizzagamesandzombies.com for more zombie fun!
Read it backwards and you’ve got a pretty accurate representation of how I feel as the workweek progresses. Happy Monday!
Who’s ready for Wrestlemania? This grapplin’ graphic tosses everyone from jabroni journeymen like the Brooklyn Brawler to world champs like Stone Cold Steve Austin into one giant battle royal, sorted into suitably broad categories like Place of Origin and Profession. (Because why wouldn’t a dentist or IRS auditor also be a wrestler?) Whatcha gonna do, brother, when these 382 ring names run wild on you?
In our experience, baseball fans are surprisingly huge nerds about data. So here’s a taxonomy of 482 professional baseball team names, from the bigs to the minor and independent leagues, spanning over 150 years. Part of our baseball sale, it’s 15% off (as are our other baseball prints) until 12:30pm EST on 4/7!
New Yorkers: Come join us for a for a pop-up party tonight at 7PM! Art! Eats! Free stuff! Human interaction to help your crippling loneliness! Exclamation points!!! This party has everything.
Non-New Yorkers: We love you guys too but sorry all we have for you right now is this page of cute bunnies
The Fantastical Fictive Beers chart features 71 famous fictional brews, including Fudd (chosen beer of hated Shelbyville), Van Der Brau (of the dearly departed Don’t Trust the B—), and Wharmpess (which of course is what the How I Met Your Mother finale took on fans of the show).
Click here to see the full print, and remember, buy any of our beer-related products through 4/28 and you’ll automatically be eligible to win a prize package of 200 beers and other beer merchandise! (You can also sign up to enter here.)