If you grew up on baseball cards you know Topps were tops. Now they’ve created archival prints of over 1000 classic ALB & NLB baseball cards. And if you’ve always dreamed of getting a poster-size print of your 1977 Rollie Fingers card, your dream just came true.
With bold colors and clean graphics, these minimalist prints from designer S. Preston Chuhon are able to somewhat downplay the corporate branding of your favorite sports stadiums. The ones for Fenway Park, Kauffman Stadium and Yankee stadium, are home runs though & won’t look at all like an ad hanging on your wall. But maybe you want that. If so, check out the one for U.S. Cellular Field.
These high-impact graphic prints featuring a colorful, Swiss modernist design style have absolutely nothing to do with the punk rock bands & shows they’ve taken as their subject matter. But let’s face it, no self-respecting, middle-aged former teen punker is going to hang an actual show flier on the gallery-like wall of their midtown loft. These, you could. And they come ready-to-frame in a book by designer Mike Joyce featuring 200 posters.
In addition to exposing generations of American boys to the particulars of female anatomy, the National Geographic Society has been using photography to inspire concern for the planet since 1888. They’re now pulling 125 of their most iconic images & offering them up for auction. Proceeds of these sales will go back into NatGeo’s efforts to preserve their vast image archive.
Spanish artist Jesús Prudencio has created a collection of illustrated A3-size color posters celebrating cool cars from memorable movies. DeNiro’s taxi from Taxi Driver, The Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters, plus cars from Pulp Fiction, Back To The Future, Goldfinger, and more.
This full-color 24 X 36 illustrated posters is a visual collection of 134 of the most important and iconic sneakers of all time; from the original Converse Chuck Taylor to the Air Yeezy & nearly every collectible kick in between. Each poster is numbered & signed by the artist.
Car lover Sabrina Chun is the artist behind these black & white prints of classic automobiles. The high contrast of the inverse prints reveals each car’s form in striking simplicity. The Porshce 911, a ’67 Mustang GT500, & a DeLorean are just a few of the current prints; and printed on recycled paper with soy-based inks, they look so good you may not have to hang them in the garage.
If you want something that will creep out your in-laws, scare small children, & decorate that empty spot on the office wall while also allowing you to indulge your infantile fascination with Star Wars, artist Mats Gunnarson has you covered. His framed oil paintings feature all your favorite Star Wars action figures. Wow is right.
With a name like Invisiplug, you were probably hoping for something a bit wilder. Oh, well. These 6-outlet surge-protector powerstrips will blend in with your wood flooring. Light Natural, Medium Cherry, or Dark Oak. Take your pick. Cement floor and shag carpet models coming soon.
What’s next to Uranus? Great question; one you might be able to answer if you had a poster of the cosmos hanging on your wall. These posters are hand-screened with either white-silver or gold ink & printed on heavy, M2 size paper. Choose the Northern or Southern sky. Or both.