October 3, 2011

Traditional Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Ah, New York City, the concrete jungle that never sleeps. And what better way to capture the essence of the Big Apple than with a jigsaw puzzle? The October 3, 2011 New Yorker cover captures the true divide between locals and tourists: the sidewalk split in half with a bold red line. On the left, the red letters read "NO TOURIST." You can practically hear the locals cheering. But on the right, the tourists are taking over, snapping pictures on their phones and marveling at the towering skyscrapers and flashing billboards in the background. It's a scene straight out of a movie, with as many different characters as the city itself. All in all, this puzzle is a true reflection of the energy that makes New York City so special.

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Made-To-Order: This wooden jigsaw puzzle needs to be handcrafted by a skilled Stave artisan. Made to order puzzles may take 3-6 weeks to ship.

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Artist: Bruce McCall

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