Buying a copy of someone’s class project would seem like an odd way to waste a bit of your hard-earned money. You want a replica of little Suzie’s Grand Canyon diorama, be our guest, we’ll save our cash. Right now, we’re going to make an exception. Noah Smith’s Pulp Fiction Infographic Poster – which he originally made for an Information-Design class – is a school project that deserves an A with multiple pluses and perhaps a smiley face sticker. Moving and depicting its way through the Tarantino classic, this 24″x36″ poster is a graphical retelling of one of our all-time favorite movies. We’d recommend ordering one ASAP since they’re selling fast and this is the final printing. If you miss out, you’ll have to wait until Smith has finals for something new.
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