The Chart of Hand Tools

Here’s a great gift for your workspace or to hang on the wall while dreaming of building something worthwhile.  It’s the Chart of Hand Tools from the Pop Chart Lab, “printed using 100 lb archival recycled stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, this poster is pressed on an offset lithographic press in Flatlands, Brooklyn.”

HandTools

Click the image for a larger version or the link to get yours today (or to send me one!).

Here’s some information from Pop Chart Lab’s website:

With over 300 meticulously illustrated tools this chart celebrates the tinkerers and the doers: those who build, repair, and create. Breaking down all manner of hand tools by their basic function, this sprawling print covers the most basic, such as the humble yet mighty hammer, to the most highly specialized, such as the 24 types of files depicted here. A hand-crafted compendium of ingenious and essential devices, this chart is a complete cut-list of the tools that empower makers and artisans. —And the chart is printed with brass and aluminum metallic inks to give it a shop-ready sheen.

Size 24″ x 36″

Each print is signed and numbered by the artists, and comes packaged in a Pop Chart Lab Test Tube. 

At $32 U.S. it seems like a great addition to any Maker’s house.

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee fiddler...mostly
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4 Responses to The Chart of Hand Tools

  1. Mike Schneider says:

    Hi Paleo,

    I’m enjoying your posts and your blog. Just noticed though, that this page is out of date…

    https://paleotool.com/the-vardo/sketches/

    You might want to change mikenchell.com to tnttt.com

    Other than that, keep the posts coming!

    Mike…

  2. anglo says:

    On the subject of tools , You’ve gotten me thinking of over-minimalising , so then this : http://www.aboutcivil.org/ebooks.html.
    If I can’t carry books , then a kindle and or a few usb sticks…….

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