More than 100 tools are depicted on the 18-by-24-inch poster, with gadgets orbiting categories like "Those That Protect" (oven mitts) and "Those That Divide" (knives). The creators at Pop Chart Lab say the image is printed with real copper ink in homage to fine cookware.
As a fun poster to hang in your kitchen or cubicle, it seems a little pricey at $25, but Pop Chart says each one is numbered, signed by the artists and printed on "100-pound archival recycled stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council ... on the offset lithographic presses of Precise Continental Corp., in DUMBO, Brooklyn."
Apparently, the amusingly named Brooklyn neighborhood DUMBO carries prestige these days.
(That's Nerdalicious via Bites commenter Pseudonym)