Pop Chart Lab has made a name for itself thanks to its goal to "render all of human experience in chart form." While this might take some time to complete, along the way we've been treated to some worthy infographics, available as large-format prints. A recent standout was The Chart of Hand Tools, which packed 300 carefully-rendered tools into a 24 by 36-inch space. Its latest offering is A Stylistic Survey of Graphic Design, beginning with the Victorian era and moving through the Arts & Crafts movement and Art Nouveau right up to the already-overused "flat design" approach. Think of it as a nicely-executed cheat sheet for the history of graphic design and who wouldn't want that on their wall? The 18 by 24-inch poster is not only printed on archival paper, it's signed by the designers and numbered. It's yours for $29 on the Pop Chart Lab site.