Our Booth Is Open for Business!

We're extraordinarily excited to be part of the Union Square Holiday Market in NYC for the second year running! Last year was a huge success for us, and we have even higher hopes for this year. If you're in the area between now and Christmas Eve, stop by Booth C18 and say hi, and check out our wares in person! And make sure to look in on the rest of the market... MORE

A Site for Sore Eyes

Regular visitors may have noticed a few changes around here lately: We've revamped, renovated and refreshed our website from the ground up to make your browsing and buying experience smoother, faster, and more convenient than ever before! Aside from a beautiful new layout and heavily refined user interface, there are now additional categories to sort prints by, and you can now browse by size as well, so it's easier than ever to find the... MORE

PCL at Great American Beer Fest!

We were extremely excited to once again be a part of the Great American Beer Festival in Denver! It’s always great to get the chance to talk shop with fellow hopheads, sell a few prints, and of course, sample a delicious brew or two (dozen)…   Of course, you don’t need to wait for a beer fest—you can always check out our full beer line at any time right here.... MORE

We've Canvassed the World to Bring You a New Print Option

Adore our art but have a bizarre pathological hatred of paper? Well, you’re in luck—the Visual Compendium of Baseball Uniforms serves as the opening pitch for an all-new style of print: Canvas!   An arty, textured alternative to our usual archival paper stock, our canvas prints are produced using an 11-ink Giclée process on museum-quality matte canvas, and then either hand-stretched or grommeted (your choice) right here in our Brooklyn... MORE

Batman Begins a Line of Smaller Prints

The release of The Myriad Monikers of Gotham’s Villains 2.0 marks the rebirth of our 12”x16” print size, which hasn’t been seen since No Sleep, Fresh Prince and 8-Bit from years back. Though obviously smaller than our typical 18”x24” and 24”x36” releases, we find 12”x16” art is still more than capable of making an impression—while being a bit easier on your wallet and wall real estate. After all, with most of... MORE

How We Came to Be

Ever wonder how Pop Chart Lab came to be? FastCo.Design has put together an in-depth writeup of the history of our company so far, documenting our transformation from a side project of two publishing-industry refugees to the full-fledged factory of infographics we are today. Check out the story here (How Pop Chart Lab Turned Trendy Infographics Into A Serious Business), then make your best guesses as to what Ben is... MORE

All Tees $10 While Supplies Last!

All T-shirts must go! We've had a great run making T-shirts over the past couple years, but the time has come to move on to bigger and better things. So to make room for some awesome new projects, we're closing out our entire inventory of tees for $10 apiece (while supplies last)! So here's your last chance to get dressed to the T with some fine PCL tees—get 'em now before they're... MORE

City Drop-Cut Wood Wall Maps

We’ve spent the past several months building out the capabilities of our Greenpoint woodshop, and here’s one of the sweetest fruits of our labor: An all-new line of wondrous wood wall art we’re calling City Drop-Cuts.   Choose from 5 cities (Manhattan, Brooklyn, San Francisco, Boston, or Chicago) and 7 color variations, and our wood shop team will lovingly hand-craft you a laser-cut metropolitan masterwork—oak frame included—from a variety of... MORE

Handmade Sneaker Tread Frame

The Pop Chart Lab R&D Department worked overtime to come up with a sole-ful shell for our new Visual Compendium of Sneakers: a frame handmade from foam rubber and shoe tread. After various prototypes, we came up with a frame consisting of a poplar base encased in two-toned foam rubber and shoe tread, all adhered by hand. MORE

LeBron: Headband Vs Dome

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