My first purchase from Pop Chart Lab (thanks to a post a few years back by Outblush), The Spendiferous Array of Culinary Tools fittingly hangs near my kitchen, glistening with all of the culinary toys you can play with whilst cooking up a storm.
This beast of a chart, Constitutions of Classic Cocktails, visually breaks down sixty-eight classic cocktails (e.g., Tom Collins, Gin and Tonic, Mojito, Cuba Libre, etc.) referencing everything from glassware, spirits, mixers, and garnishes. The apartment has this displayed right above the area where Marcus and I plan on putting our future bar corner that will soon be equipped with a spirits cabinet from Crate & Barrel.
Among Pop Chart Lab's most recent creations (and yet another addition to our apartment's gallery of wall eye candy) is Pie Charts (A Baker's Dozen). Just as my Pi(e) Day dedication to my dad was laden with lots of wordplay and things of that nature (and also related to pie!), this chart illustrates a collection of pie charts that depict the ingredients of thirteen (literally, a baker's dozen worth!) of classic pies. Talk about Inception-inspired thinking, only instead of "a dream within a dream," it's a pie within a pie chart! This just arrived at our apartment via post, so I'm still working out the details on where to display it -- we're definitely starting to run out of prime wall space! :P
This last chart, while I don't own a copy myself, is also quite noteworthy. The Delectable Kaleidoscope of Candy Bars celebrates the union of chocolate and its "delightful compatriots" such as caramel, nougat, and nuts.
Pop Chart Lab also has other pictorially stimulating charts in its arsenal of prints (including other food-and-drink-related items as well as other fun topics). If you find these as awesome as I do, be sure to sign up for its mailing list for future coupons and notification of flash sales (many times it's 15-25% off!).
Pop Chart Lab
assortment of "Food & Drink" prints, here at Pop Chart Lab
Price point: $22-36 for each print.