Pop Chart Lab The Insanely Great History of Apple Print
Pop Chart Lab says it was started “to render all of human experience in chart form.” That’s why it has prints ranging from The Evolution of the Video Game Controller to The Breweries of the Original United States, and the newest one will certainly appeal to Mac fans: The Insanely Great History of Apple ($20). This 18"x24” poster is printed on 100 lb. archival recycled stock, and would make a cool addition to any Mac-centric office.
Designed to look like an OS 9 window, the poster is divided into six categories: Input & Output, All-in-One, Desktop, Tower, Laptop, and Handheld. Take a close look and you’ll notice the colors splitting them up definitely aren’t arbitrary. The chart starts in 1983, so it does have some omissions, including the Apple I and Apple II. Regardless, it’s a nice looking piece, and it’s up for preorder now; the print will begin shipping on November 21, 2011.
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