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Le Puzz’s New Jigsaw Puzzles Feature the Brand’s First-Ever Artist Collaborations

published Apr 30, 2022
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One of our favorite puzzle brands, Le Puzz, has launched its must-anticipated “Series 2” jigsaw collection, which also includes its first-ever artist collaboration.

The sustainable, hand-cut jigsaws are a fan fave in the puzzling world, and it’s easy to see why. With non-traditional designs and eye-catching colors, they’re a great alternative to the classic flower bouquet/cottage scene/jungle prints often seen on jigsaws. The “Series 2” collection sees fresh new designs from the brand’s first artist collaborations, as well as the first non-yellow box. Each puzzle has random cut pieces and comes with a reusable, resealable bag, and a fold-out poster.

Discover the new range below. Happy puzzling!

500 pieces, $32

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Designed by Brooklyn-based marbling artist Maisie Broome (myfawnwy), Freaky Deaky is bright, bold, and will add a ray of sunshine to your jigsaw collection. Broome’s psychedelic design has been used for both the puzzle and the box, marking Le Puzz’s first venture away from its iconic yellow box.

1,000 pieces, $38

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Take it back to the ’70s with illustrator Clay Hickson’s retro-inspired design. Have a Groovy Day has a vintage, pop art vibe that is widely associated with the decade, and some challenging parts of the 1,000-piece puzzle include “edge pieces that don’t look like edges.”

500 pieces, $32

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Howdy Paw-tner features Le Puzz founder Alistair’s cat, Scotty, wearing a tiny cowboy hat. One for feline folks, this puzzle also has a cat-themed fill-in-the-blank game on the back of the box.

500 pieces, $32

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Go green and get your vegetable fix with the Big Sally puzzle. Lettuce, avocado, tomatoes, and red onions make up this egg-cellent jigsaw, so it’s encouraged that you bring your appetite.

1000 pieces, $38

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An array of gummy candies make up the “Sweet Tooth” puzzle, with fine detailing and a black background that will ensure a challenging—but rewarding—game.