Get 25% Off Our Editor’s Picks From Pop Chart Lab, Now Through Wednesday

published Apr 30, 2018
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When it comes to affordable art that still feels unique, Pop Chart Lab is one of our favorites. The Brooklyn-based print company turns charts into art, with cheeky infographics on everything from the taxonomy of typography to a flow chart of all the ways you can make and consume coffee.

Prints typically start at around $29, making it an inexpensive way to add some color to your walls. But now through Wednesday, you can do it for even less. Pop Cart Lab and Apartment Therapy have teamed up to offer you 25% off a selection of our favorite prints from their site, now through Wednesday, May 2 with the code “ACHARTMENT”

In addition to the prints, the 25% discount also applies to any frames or hanging rails you may purchase from the collection. See some of our favorites from the collection below:

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Birds Of North America, $37 $28 with code

Pop Chart Lab’s #1-selling print, this is a 21st century upgrade to the Audubon prints that the grandmother who lever let you actually sit on the furniture always has. Over 700 species (with names included) are included. Pop Chart Lab describes it as a “ornithological opus like no other” for a reason.

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We may be called Apartment Therapy, but we’re obviously fans stand-alone dwellings as well. This timeline takes you all the way from the simple houses of early New England to the ranchers of the 1950s. The McMansion even gets a shout-out in the lower lefthand corner.

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Only slightly less important than the roof over our head is our morning cup of coffee. This giant chart takes you all the way from the ideal coffee grinds you can use to exact amounts of ingredients for specific drinks. It also has the added benefit of acting as a handy reference in case you’re ever wondering what grind of coffee to buy for your new French press or Chemex.