Puzzle from Re-Marks: Scandinavia 750 Piece. Re-Marks puzzles are available from lots of different resellers, including Amazon – check out their pop culture series including lots of “collage” puzzles made up of smaller images. (I think I got mine from Serious Puzzles). This is a random cut puzzle not ribbon cut with lots of interesting … Read more
Another Pomegranate Artpiece Puzzle, Diego Rivera: Detroit Industry 1000 pieces. Check out the full image from the Detroit Institute for the Arts: Detroit Industry North Wall. Looks like the color is a bit richer in the original – though the photo here is maybe a bit washed out – the puzzle itself looks great.
We picked up a copy in a store on a trip to Maine, but you can find it here: Dahlias Puzzle by Workman Publishing. The solid color background is challenging but the puzzle as a whole was lots of fun to do. Frances Palmer is also a potter and I assume these are her vases … Read more
Another Eurographics puzzle, this time a dozen portraits of dogs by Lucia Heffernan: Funny Dogs. Not sure where I actually bought my copy. 1000 pieces, finished size 19.25″ by 26.625″ (19 and 1/4 x 26 and 5/8ths inches). Bright vibrant colors, and enough variations in textures to make it interesting – lots of great detail … Read more
Another one we picked up on a trip to Maine: License Plates by White Mountain Puzzles. Lots of colorful detail and high quality make – if (like me) you used to play the license plate game on road trips you may have an advantage. Maybe because White Mountain Puzzles made it, feels like there is … Read more
Via Amazon, Auguste Renoir Luncheon of the Boating Party puzzle. Like many licensed artworks, there may be multiple versions of this available as a puzzle – the one I did was the EuroGraphics one which was a solid quality puzzle (albeit without a photo insert, so you have to keep looking at the box cover). … Read more
Not sure where we picked this one up: Eurographics Puzzle: State Birds Started with the edges, then the title postcard in the top left, then the “stamps” because those were easier to sort out, then the state names and flags, then the bird illustrations, then filling in the gaps. It’s a great looking puzzle – … Read more