Puzzles

Hello there kitty! What are you doing snuggled up in my mug? Its okay, don't look so guilty, you can stay. . The covers of The New Yorker have entertained and enlightened the magazine's readers for nearly a century. With unmatched visual sophistication and wit, they let no subject escape their scrutiny. A roster of extraordinary artists continues to create indelible images that are infinitely varied in style and tone, whether whimsical, provocative, serene, or lough-out-loud funny. From the iconic Eustace Tilley to spot-on images of contemporary life, The New Yorker's covers are always the talk of the town.

New Yorker Cover by Artist Gürbüz Dogan Eksioglu, originally published on January 6th, 1992

$20.00

Welcome autumn with the Heirloom Pumpkins 1000 Piece Puzzle by Galison which features a beautiful photograph of purple, green, yellow, and orange pumpkins arranged in an array of colors representing the fall season. Galison puzzles are packaged in matte-finish sturdy boxes, perfect for gifting, reuse, and storage. An insert of the full puzzle image is included in the box.

$16.99

Sherlock Holmes and the most famous novels from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle fill the store front as night settles on London.

Penguin Random House book cover art by Artist Adam Simpson, originally published in 2015

$20.00

While developing motor skills and spatial reasoning, children learn about the key industries and wildlife associated with each state through visual icons, making it the perfect puzzle for pre-readers. The 15 x 11 inch  USA Puzzle is illustrated by award winning illustrator, Dan Yaccarino.  Perfect for ages 3 and up with its jumbo-sized and thick puzzle pieces.  Encourages hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills and problem solving.

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Dan Yaccarino (@danyaccarino) is the illustrator of our United States Map 20 Piece Puzzle. He is continually inspired by his current projects: “my favorite project is whatever project I’m working on at the moment. They’re all my favorite.” Dan also loves vintage toys, especially vintage robots, which is a passion he shares with our founder, Mia.

What makes our country so special and great?
Just look at this map of the United States!
You don't need a plane or a train or a car 
To learn all about it, and find where YOU are!

$8.99

Introducing Jig Time jigsaw puzzles! Nothing says "I did it!" like securing the last piece of a puzzle. Join the puzzle party revolution and turn a yesteryear activity into a present pastime. You'll also get a framable print of the unique and custom design to use for reference and then beautiful wall art!

$28.00

You have to be pretty sharp to complete this prickly puzzle! All shapes, sizes and descriptions of these drought resistant plants can be found on this vintage dictionary page puzzle.

$20.00

Janeites, unite!

The Unemployed Philosophers Guild has made this handsome jigsaw puzzle featuring Jane Austen’s works!

Each quote is rendered by hand, charmingly filigreed, and ornamented to pleasing effect.

You’ll lose yourself for hours in this captivating puzzle – a new way to surround yourself with Jane Austen’s words – her wit, her empathy, and her still-brilliant observations about a party.

It’s genius.

$20.00
$25.00

This quiet, meditative puzzle from photographer James Ogilvy focuses on late-summer English roses and hydrangeas and their soft, transient beauty.

$16.99

A rainbow of birds from all over the world is at your fingertips. This colorful ornithological collection is accompanied by a poster sized bird key which gives you the bird's common name and Latin name. This puzzle is not only educational but a beautifully decorative framable piece.

$20.00

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