Pop Chart Lab

April 27, 2016

Subway-Style Poster Uses Infographics to Celebrate the History of the Yankees

Baseball's history in the Big Apple is as rich and turbulent as that of the city itself, and this super-sized canvas tells the story of the iconic New York Yankees. The stylish infographic from Pop Chart Lab plots out the player positions from 1975-2015, tracking the careers of long-standing baseball legends like Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera, as well as short-lived superstars like Jack Clark and Cecil Fielder. Fittingly, its design is similar in style to the graphics of the NYC subway system and also includes stats, scorecards, and all of the sluggers from East 161st Street.
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April 14, 2015

This Schematic of NYC Structures Shows the City’s Icons in Blueprint Style

Want to bring a little bit of the city into your home, but tired of the standard black-and-white photos of landmarks or graphic maps that can be found at every craft fair these days? Why not frame this lovely print called Splendid Structures of New York City? Based on Brooklyn-based Pop Chart Lab's popular print The Schematic of Structures, this new design takes iconic NYC structures like the Statue of Liberty and One World Trade Center, along with local landmarks such as the Unisphere and Wyckoff House, and presents them in a hand-illustrated, blueprint-like style.
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