James R. Harris of Design Through Story Telling made an interactive periodic table-style chart of story elements as collected by TV Tropes. The online version links each element to its TV Tropes entry, but you can also buy a print.
Pop Chart Lab screen printed its Cartography of Kitchenware on a natural canvas apron. The result is a poster of over 200 kitchen tools, machines and more that’s more useful and affordable than the original.
Martin Vargic and Jay Jason Simons are working on a funny but informative illustration that depicts the major players and websites on the Web as countries and continents. The poster also includes stats and other trivia.
deviantART member Unrellius has only a single artwork on his page, but he made it count. Unrellius spent around 14 months drawing this 5056 × 3576 poster, which he claims features all the characters that appeared in Futurama.
A print of Brooklyn-based artist Calm the Ham’s hand-drawn illustrations of 71 cars popularized by movies and TV series, from Bonnie and Clyde’s ’34 Ford B-400 to Walt and Jessie’s ’86 Fleetwood Bounder.
Pop Chart Lab tracks the history of music players with The Advance of Audio Apparatuses. The 24″ x 36″ print contains 219 notable devices across 173 years, cataloging the transition from apparatus to app. Zoom in here.
Matthew Chojnacki’sAlternative Movie Posters: Film Art from the Underground is about the art of unofficial movie posters. Featuring over 200 posters with commentary from the artists. More on The Verge.
Dirk Loechel is working on a chart that compares the sizes of spaceships from various sci-fi series. The chart is already daunting and makes for an awesome wallpaper, but he’s far from finished. It barely has any ships from manga and anime.
Displate offers imagery from over 1000 artists, printed onto a slim steel canvas. A magnetic wall mounting system makes them easy to hang, they look great, and there’s something for just about every style. (Thanks Eric!)
Adam Sidwell’sAcrobatic Maneuvers is a bad-ass set of limited-edition watercolor-style prints featuring the elite pilots of Star Fox: Fox, Falco, Peppy and Slippy. Attract Mode also has alternate colors of the Fox and Falco prints.
It’s Nerf versus Super Soaker in this awesome diptych by DKNG Studios. Air vs. Water are two 18″ x 24″ six color screen prints featuring the popular summer toys in their respective camps. Sold as a set or individually.
If you haven’t already gotten pumped about the revealed plot points for the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past, these promotional posters with the spliced faces of the past and future Magneto and Professor X ought to do the trick.
We’re not sure why you’d want to, but if you ever needed a comprehensive yet compact list of humanity’s ills, check out this table by UK-based art studio Dorothy. It tabulates “85 of the worst elements of humankind.”
While most typographic posters are of inspirational or motivational quotes, Lauren Hom honors the little lies and excuses we make every now and then. Buy prints and merch on Society6. Find out how she makes them here.
Alex Trochut made unique posters of famous electronic musicians, including James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem and Four Tet. Each poster has two images: one that appears in light and another that appears in the dark.
Neil Steven’s poster collection was inspired by 80s cassette tapes, with their sober typography and color palettes mixed with indecipherable marketing blurbs that only engineers would appreciate. Brings you back, doesn’t it?
Artist and Skull-a-Day creator Noah Scalin designed this cool black and white 24″x36″ print which at once conjures images of 1960s pop art but also stands on its own in any modern setting. Limited edition of just 100 prints.