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Pop Chart Lab, Culinary Tools Print Review

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I love having artwork throughout the house, it adds a special touch to your space. Colorful drawing in the playroom, romantic touches in the master bedroom, and abstract to the living room...yet, there is one place that most people forget about, and that is the kitchen.

Now, thanks to Pop Chart Lab, you can add a artwork to that space as well!


Pop Chart Lab has tons of great prints to choose from, but what better to go in the kitchen, than a print of culinary tools?! I love this print, and as someone who spends a lot of time in the kitchen, I am more than familiar with just about all of these tools!

An 18 X 24 print, this is a good sized poster. I love how everything is broken up into categories...

Those that:

Divide
Manipulate
Contain
Measure
and
Protect

This print is not only a great conversation starter, but it is a great learning piece as well. I regularly show my kids a tool on this chart, and have them find it in our kitchen!

Here is a little more info on this particular print:

A thorough mapping of over 100 tools used in the preparation of delicious food, from knives to colanders to pasta mills to pot holders. 
 Printed with real copper ink, the same substance you might find in a fine piece of cookware. Each print is signed and numbered by the artists, and comes packaged in a Pop Chart Lab Test Tube. Using 100 lb archival stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, this poster is pressed on an offset lithographic press with vegetable-based inks in Flatlands, Brooklyn.

A little about Pop Charts:

In 2010, a book editor and a graphic designer joined forces with one modest goal:  to render all of human experience in chart form.

They went on to amass no small renown (that is, a ton of renown) for their infographical treatments of the varieties of beer, the full array of culinary tools, a taxonomy of hip-hop, and dozens more mappings of cultural touchstones.

Now, with a small team of researchers, designers, and soldiers, Pop Chart Lab continues to assemble, sift, cull, and arrange massive amounts of cultural data into meaningful works of art and information.
 


There are so many awesome prints that I have seen, and I would love to add more to my collection. To see some of the awesome prints, head on over to Pop Chart Lab

You can find this Culinary Tools print on Amazon

*I received the item in this post complimentary for review purposes. All opinions found within are purely my own*

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