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The Hip-Hop Flow Chart Ranks Rappers By The Size of Their Vocabulary

When you were growing up and pretending to be a rapper, your lines probably included a lot of basic rhymes. You probably have a cassette somewhere that starts with, "My name is (blank) and I'm here to say, " and then it proceeds to rhyme "say" with "day" or "way." The pros have a slightly larger lexicon. The latest print from Pop Chart Lab highlights 100 lyricists and color-codes them by the amount of unique words used in their first 35,000 lyrics (around 3-5 albums). The poster was created with the help of Matt Daniels, and was adopted from his original "Largest Vocabulary in Hip-Hop." Apparently Aesop Rock has never repeated a word.
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These Minimal Prints Are Designed For BMW Fans

If you concur that a BMW is the ultimate driving machine, then you might want to display your fandom somewhere outside of just the garage. A stylish way to do so in your home would be by decking your walls out with these minimal prints from Mo Faraz. The 11 x 17 digital prints feature retro bimmers along with little ... continue reading
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The Transparent Speaker Sponsored

Instead of adding knobs, unnecessary features, and other knickknacks to make a better speaker, People People did the exact opposite. The Swedish design agency stripped one bare to create the most beautiful speaker you've never laid eyes on. The glass box holds just the premium audio components and nothing else. The active 2.1 Transparent Speaker comes ready for Wi-Fi devices like Apple's AirPort Express so you can stream music, or plug in your device using the speaker's 3.5mm mini-jack. Pick one up from TheBlueprint.com and you'll get free US shipping, just be prepared for every guest to comment on how awesome it is. ... check it out
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Sisu Turns Your Workouts Into Pieces of Art

After conquering all those hills and long-distance rides, you should have more to show for it than a couple of cramped calves. Sisu works in conjunction with your Strava account to create beautiful pieces of art based on your routes. Not only will you have some sharp-looking minimal art for your home, but you'll have ... continue reading
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This Is The Only Map of NYC You Need

With the advent of Google Maps and services like Yelp and Urbanspoon, owning a a printed map is kind of pointless. If you've seen someone with one unfolded behind the wheel, chances are they were 80 and about to injury someone. While traveling with one in your glove box has been replaced by modern technology, putting ... continue reading
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Pop Chart Lab Finally Mapped Whiskey

We can count the list of things we don't like from Pop Chart Lab with a closed fist. Whether it's sneakers, cameras, breweries, coffee or beer, the folks at Pop Chart Lab have always done a fantastic job presenting visually stimulating information about some of our favorite stuff. They finally did Whiskey. The whiskys ... continue reading
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Breaking Bad Blueprints

Few shows have left such huge hole in our lives after they ended as Breaking Bad did. If you aren't fully over the show yet, we'd recommend looking away because these prints will make you miss it even more. Inspired by real vintage patent drawings and illustrations, these Breaking Bad Blueprints detail memorable objects ... continue reading
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A Carpet Made of Old Jean Labels

From the iconic Two Horses Patch on a pair of Levi's to the modern incarnations on the back of designer jeans, the denim patch is a unique staple that sets brands apart. Instead of letting those little leather numbers head to the trash after a pair of jeans has been ripped apart, this company puts them back to use ... continue reading
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The Bountiful Breweries of the USA

Are you getting ready to plan a brew trip? Want to hit the most breweries possible without the inconvenience of having to find a ride to take you to all the corners of the earth? The latest print from Pop Chart Lab is here to help you out. The map features over 2,500 breweries, microbreweries, and brewpubs across the ... continue reading
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Vintage Style Fantasy Travel Posters

At some point, you've probably thought of visiting locales from Westeros, Middle Earth or just about any of the hundreds of inhabited worlds from the Star Wars universe. We don't have any delusions about the fact that it's fantasy, but how cool would it be to plan a trip to any one of those imaginary places? Thanks ... continue reading
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INSA GIFs From Around the Globe

Generally, GIFs are not found outside multi-thread e-mail responses and Facebook posts, but the format is capable of so much more in the right hands. UK artist INSA has been bounding around the globe making his own real-life GIFs. Turns out huts, walls and optical illusions are actually far more interesting than cats. Check ... continue reading
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Quercus Modern Cuckoo Clock

We've always liked the idea of cuckoo clocks, but we could never really get behind their design aesthetic. The over the top fences, pieces of wood and pastel colors always seemed to fit more on the wall of that weird Aunt that everyone has they only see around Christmas time. There's nothing wrong with that and yes, ... continue reading
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