New Jigsaw Puzzles Released!

We recently got in a batch of several fun, new series of jigsaw puzzles!

For folk artist fans, you’ll love the new Art of Anthony Kleem series! With six new puzzles from Karmin, all at 550 pieces, folks will have fun putting together the whole series, which features great folk art themes such as the mountains, the beach, and hot air balloons.

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Battlecreek Balloonfest by Karmin. 550 pieces. Artwork by Anthony Kleem.

New series now feature captions that feature a list of all the other puzzles in the series by name, so they’re extra easy to find! You’ll find the list with hyperlinks that will take you directly to the new puzzle underneath the caption and before the information in the details. It will look like this:

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For those that are a fan of vintage Americana jigsaw puzzles, especially ones that feature old advertisements, look no further than the Kellogg’s series, which includes collages of retro Kellogg’s characters and the box art of Snap, Crackle, and Pop from Rice Krispies cereal! With tons of detail and color and a dash of nostalgia, these are some great puzzles to do to bring back some memories!

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Retro Cereal Boxes by Karmin. 1000 pieces.

If vintage and Americana artwork aren’t your thing, the contemporary photography art of Terry Border might be right up your alley! Border makes humorous scenes using everyday objects to tell tiny stories. In one, an ice-cube-person lifts weights (made out of a toothpick and Lifesaver gummies!) while staring longingly at a poster of the Titanic that says, “If you can dream it, you can achieve it.” His photographs will be sure to amuse young and old puzzlers alike!

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Zombies are Nuts About Brains by Karmin. 500 pieces. Artwork by Terry Border.

One thought on “New Jigsaw Puzzles Released!

  1. Susanna

    October 29, 2014 12:28

    I wish they’d do more folk are large pieced puzzles! folk art is one of my favorite themes but I like the bigger pieces.
    Susanna

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