The New Yorker Puzzle Company’s aesthetics and iconic imagery inspire a feeling that is at once nostalgic and fun. The puzzles are not just challenging, but also beautiful. Each completed puzzle is gallery worthy and many of finished puzzles are framed to be hung as works of art. Each image is chosen so that every puzzle is evocative with always the right level of challenge.
Colorful birds of all shapes and sizes are perched on branches in a single cage. Curious zoo-goers gawk at the display as they pose for pictures and appreciate the beautiful plumage on show.
New Yorker Cover by Artist Perry Barlow, originally published on May 5th, 1956
1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Made with 100% recycled 80 point chipboard thickness – 20% higher than most standard puzzles.
Linen-style paper used to reduce glare while playing and provide a better feel to the pieces.
All puzzles are shaken before being boxed to help reduce the amount of puzzle dust.