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The Insanely Great History of Apple

Whether you’re an Apple fan or not, it’s hard to deny the massive amount of technological hits the company has been able to create in the last 30 years. From the Lisa and the original Macintosh to the iPad and ...
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A Glowing Surprise: Day and Night Poster

The freaks come out at night in this poster! Jason Dean of The Best Part has created one glowing example of a design: Day and Night is a print with an innocent side when the lights are on and a ...
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A Visual Compendium of Hollywood Haircuts

From Gone With The Wind’s Scarlett O’Hara to Fight Clubs Tyler Durden, this visual history of Hollywood hairstyles captures 132 iconic looks that have graced the silver screen. This poster, available through Pop Chart Lab, purveyer of all things 2D, ...
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Bikes of San Francisco

I was in San Francisco just yesterday, so when I returned home and saw this great ‘Bikes of San Francisco’ poster by Tor, I couldn’t help cracking up at how spot-on it was. A fixie for the Mission and a ...
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Legend of Zelda: An Evolutionary Family Tree

If this doesn’t get your role playing thumbs twitching, nothing will. Jude Buffum’s evolutionary biology of Hyrule details 200 of ‘the most important’ creatures from The Legend of Zelda video game series. He’s even included a list of binomial Latin ...
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Italy: A Colorful Land of Wine

Vinophiles: whether your favorite Italian type is a crisp classic Chianti or a young sparkling Lambrusco, you’ll find it on Antoine Corbineau’s tasty poster ‘Incomparabili Vini Italiani.’ The map charts everything from the countries varietals, regions and types into a ...
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An Eclectic Alphabet of Ornate Hand Made Letters

Graphic designer John Kane Smith recently put out a stellar poster we’re very enamored with. Each hand designed glyph is uniquely styled and printed in a fashionable black and red. Smith offers the 19 x 25 inch print on high ...
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Man As Industrial Palace: Classic Poster Animated

In 1926 German physician, artist and writer Fritz Kahn created this fascinating chromolithograph of the human body and it’s imaginary inner workings. Conceived at a time when Germany was a world leader in the chemicals industry, Der Mensch als Industriepalast ...