Visual Aid (like The MacMillan Visual Dictionary's kid brother) is a series of books containing loads of information that must be visualized to be understood. For example: the space race chronology, human anatomy, comparative sizes of spacecraft, swimming strokes and the like. Now, after the release of their 2nd book, Visual Aid: Stuff You've Forgotten, Things You Never Thought You Knew, and Lessons You Didn't Quite Get Around to Learning, they've released all their graphics in poster form.
The posters are printed on 190gsm silk paper and range widely in size, from A4 to 60x40. Each one is presented exactly as it is in the book, but they take special printing requests like changing aspect ratios, switching to black and white, or swapping the background color.
Very cool and perfect for the design office, classroom, or home. Browse and buy here.
More samples after the jump.