The Evolution of Bicycles

By Pop Chart Lab

$29
Add to Wishlist

Details

Hand-illustrated charts that transform data into art. Combining evolution, genealogy, famous models, and a catalogue of forms—the Evolution of Bicycles is a truly be-spoke rendering of two-wheeled transportation.

  • Made in the USA: Brooklyn, NY
  • Materials: 100 lb. archival stock poster, printed with vegetable-based inks
  • Tracing the evolution of the bicycle from 1780 to present day
  • Over 75 intricately detailed bicycle illustrations
  • From the early high-wheel "boneshakers" of the Victorian Era to the first racing bikes, all the way to the recent evolution of mountain bikes
  • Bikes are categorized by utility and each represents new innovations in a given bicycle genre over time
  • Great for cyclists and bike lovers everywhere
  • Comes packaged in a Pop Chart Lab Test Tube
  • Dimensions: 24" x 18"
  • Weight: 0.35 lb.

1 Review (3 out of 5 Grommets)

Sorted by Rating
3

Disappointed in color

by

I have just opened up my poster, and it is not nearly as colorful as it is portrayed both on the web and on the preview sticker on the tube it comes in. I'd say overall it looks a bit drab.More > < Less

1 Item(s)

Pop Chart Lab - Infographic Prints

About Pop Chart Lab

Art History

We’ve all heard the saying a picture speaks a thousand words. The same can be said for infographics—a visually compelling way to convey information through the use of yes, you guessed it, graphics.

In 2010, book editor Patrick Mulligan and graphic designer Ben Gibson, set out to chart a new path, one that is both artful and informative. In their own words, the goal of Pop Chart Labs is to “render all of human experience in chart form.” Using infographics, Patrick and Ben document the evolution of everything from culinary tools to varieties of beer to dog breeds.

What sets Pop Chart Labs infographics posters apart is their design. Part wall art, part history lesson, each print is as aesthetically appealing as it is educational. Made in Brooklyn, NY, using 100 lb. archival recycled stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, the posters are pressed on an offset lithographic press with vegetable-based inks.

The intricately detailed illustrations bring new meaning to the words art history. Each print comes packaged in Pop Chart Lab Test Tube making it a great gift for all breeds of folks and just about any occasion.