eBoy Pixel Art Jigsaw Puzzles

The clean and sharp art of eBoy graces three of our 1500 piece cityscape jigsaw puzzles by Heye. eBoy, a group consisting of Steffen Sauerteig, Svend Smital and Kai Vermehr, started creating pixel art together in 1998 because of their shared affinity for making art “for the screen.” Pixel art is a special type of […]

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James Lee Artist Bio

James Lee is a talented painter of three-dimension looking portraits of the Southwest. Born and raised in South Korea, he attended the University of South Korea at Seoul for six years before moving to California in 1981 where he opened up an art gallery. In 1994 he moved to Arizona, became a muralist, and opened […]

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Jacek Yerka: An Artist of Perspective

Jacek Yerka is a Polish artist that was born in 1952. He attended the local Fine Arts Academy in Torun, the town he grew up in. Stubbornly resisting his professors insistence to conform to the simpler, less-detailed contemporary art styles, Yerka preferred and painted in the classic, meticulous Flemish style. For him, his teachers attempt […]

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Artist Profile: Nancy Wernersbach

When Nancy Wernersbach was a child, her parents gave her a gift of a box of 128 Crayola crayons. From there, her art career was born. She graduated from Southampton College in New York with a BFA degree in 1981 and post-college had multiple jobs in artistic fields. Wernersbach worked in illustration, had a stained […]

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Artist Profile: Jim Daly

In our last post, we featured a puzzle with the artwork of Jim Daly. Barbara’s comment that she loved the puzzle of the little boy taking a bath inspired me to look up what other Jim Daly art we have. Turns out, there’s quite a few! Some of them I’d even saved to my wishlist […]

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Artist Profile: Edward Gorey

I was looking through our collection of Halloween puzzles when I spotted an Edward Gorey puzzle we have: I love Edward Gorey. His and Tim Burton’s melancholy, macabre works have always fascinated me. My favorite movie of all time is Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas, and I was always thrilled it was appropriate to watch during two […]

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Artist Profile: Charles Wysocki

By far one of our best selling puzzle artists, Folk Artist Charles Wysocki is recognized across the globe and his puzzles create a feeling of nostalgia of old time Americana. Charles Wysocki was born in 1928 in Detroit, Michigan to Polish parents. Though he had a happy childhood, his early enthusiasm was not equally shared by his […]

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Artist Profile: Annie Lee

Annie Lee is an artist that describes herself as painting scenes of every day life, saying, “I try to paint things that people can identify with.” Art commentators have called her distinct style “Black Americana.” She paints two-dimensional figures and incorporates elements of humor, satire, and realism in her work. Notably, she does not paint […]

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