Now this is a motivational poster. Launching soon, the Goal Board is a 24″ x 36″ print that lets you organize and take stock of your monthly, quarterly and yearly goals at a glance. Printed on 100lb. paper with a matte finish.
Pop Chart Lab celebrates Batman’s 75th anniversary by giving its The Myriad Monikers of Gotham’s Villains chart a new look. The poster features hundreds of Bats’ foes categorized according to the nature of their names.
Stellavie created the ideal poster for the caffeine addicted. Not only does it look great, it provides useful tips on how to make the perfect cup of espresso or cappuccino. In gold/black or black/off white. Measures 50 x 70cm (~20 x 27.5″).
Illustrator Doom CMYK has been mashing up Daft Punk with other pop culture characters. His latest combo transforms the disco duo into Optimus Prime and Megatron. Just 30 prints are being made, so order now. Stickers included.
(SPOILERS) Graphic designer Michael Tyznik’s transit maps for A Song of Ice and Fire‘s Westeros, as well as the whole Known World. The destinations, connections and status of certain lines allude to events in the series.
Dangerdust is the moniker of two (partially) anonymous Columbus College of Art & Design students. Every week, they make impressive typographic chalk art of a memorable quote and leave it on campus. Learn more about them here.
Mike Wrobel aka Moshi-kun has a long-running series of illustrations featuring characters from Game of Thrones dressed up in 1980s and 1990s fashion. You can get them as prints or as graphics on various merch on his store.
Pop Chart Lab picked an all-star roster of 165 basketball jerseys from 1921 to the present for this poster. Most of them are from the NBA, with cameos from the Globetrotters and basketball movies. Death to sleeved jerseys!
Al Pacino as Wolverine. Sammy Davis Jr. as Mr. Pink. Pam Grier as Ellen Ripley. Illustrator Peter Stults likes to make posters of today’s movies as if they were released decades ago. More on Peter’s Behance page.
For the season two Hannibal finale, Phantom City Creative and Mondo will release these creepy limited-edition prints of the doctor. They’re awesome, though we’re not sure we’d want them watching us. Follow Mondo on Twitter for details.
Artist Spacewolf laser engraves cherry wood to create these totally awesome limited-edition posters. In addition to flicks like Godzilla, he’s done posters of popular TV shows like Game of Thrones and True Detective as well.
Pop Chart Labs not-so-scientific wall chart catalogs 303 metal bands from AC/DC to Zyklon and everyone in between. Our favorite element: Te – The Tony Danza Tapdance Experience. Seriously, has anyone heard of Zyklon?
Artist Pete Ware creates these images of pop culture icons made from typographic treatments of their most quotable quotes. He sells prints ranging in size from a pocket-sized 4.1″ x 5.8″ up to a substantial 23.4″ x 33.1″.
Calm the Ham follows up its Filmography of Cars poster with one that lists a hundred years of aviation in film. You can also pledge to get a Collector’s Book that has large versions of the 66 aircraft illustrations and more.
Brooklyn’s Bottleneck Art Gallery is showcasing awesome glow in the dark prints from various artists with its When The Lights Go Out 2 art show. The pieces are based on popular movies, TV shows and video games.
Wall-hanging artwork which doubles as a speaker. Soundwall streams music via AirPlay or UPnP and also has RCA inputs. Choose from Soundwall’s stock artwork, upload your own photo or order a blank canvas for you to paint on.
Virus Comix outlines the inner turmoil that artists suffer. Like a lot of things worth pursuing, the creative process isn’t a straight road. It isn’t even a long and winding one. It’s a lot of roads with many dead ends.
Prolific illustrator Jeff Victor has an ongoing series wherein he tracks the careers or progression of famous actors, musicians, fictional characters and directors. You can buy prints of some of the pieces from his online shop.
Simon Stålenhag loves to paint robots and futuristic structures sitting in otherwise normal suburbs and countrysides. They look like more peaceful versions of Borderlands’ Pandora. You can buy prints of his art on RedBubble.
Illustrator Andrew Heath turned movie, TV show and video game characters into ice pops in his new Warholian series. He’ll be making a total of 50 portraits and will sell prints at the 2014 Lexington Comic & Toy Con.
Steve Powers outlines the average person’s daily seven stages of grief. Perhaps sensing that most of us aren’t willing to pay just to be reminded that life is hell, Steve says it’s okay if you settle for a copy of the poster’s photo.
While Pixar didn’t have any films worthy of an Oscar nod this year, artist Todd Spence decided to convert some of the years most acclaimed flicks into Pixar movies instead. More on Break. The Gravity one is our fave.
Have you ever considered owning a dinosaur? Illustrator and writer John Conway lays out the pros and cons of different dinosaurs as pets. Here’s a tip: stick to Hypsilophodon. Otherwise it’s not going to end well.
Larger prints of the illustrations in Josh Cooley’s pseudo-children’s book Movies R Fun! They’re signed by hand and come in 8.5″ x 11″ and limited edition 13″ x 19″ sizes. The red texts are just online watermarks and won’t be in the prints.