NPZNY2070 Jigsaw Puzzle - The New Yorker - Planthattan 1990-09-17
- Made for New York Puzzle Company
Copyright: © The New Yorker
Illustration artist: Bob Knox
For some, the disappearance of a neighbourhood like Manhattan would be an advanced end of the world. For others however, the transformation of skyscrapers into the Gardens of Babylon is a utopian dream.
Bob Knox's paintings, one of which has been used as the illustration for this 1000-piece puzzle, as well as for the September 1990 cover of The New Yorker, is famous for their ironic tone and social commentary. Now you can observe all the details of his metaphoric drawing by trying to find and put together all the elements of this puzzle. Each piece has a linen finish, which reduces the glare.
The manufacturers from the New York Puzzle Company are particularly cautious in their use of recycled materials and green energy. That is yet another reason to hang your puzzle on a wall in your lovely home!
- • 1000 pieces
• Recycled materials
• Linen finish
• Box size: 25,5 x 20 x 5 сm
• Size of the finished puzzle: 48,9 х 67,6 сm
• Not recommended for children under the age of 3.