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All puzzles available for pick up in Jersey City. Only "Celebrate Everything", "Vintage Paper Dolls", "The Golden Girls", and "Where's Bowie?" are on hand in Brooklyn.
Your jigsaw night is set to change forever when you crack open this intricately illustrated unofficial jigsaw puzzle all about the iconic The Golden Girls.
There's a jiiiigsaaaaw, waiting in this box / It'd like for you to solve it / but it thinks it'll blow your mind!
This puzzle features a painting of Lou's favorite number that was originally commissioned by the homemade soul food restaurant, 5 Star Day Café, in Athens, GA. Lou combines her skills as a sign painter and textile designer in Athens, Georgia, where she covers the town in flower murals and operates a small homewares company.
• 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
• Finished Puzzle Size: 19.25" x 26.625" inches
• Linen pieces on thick backing board
• Matte Finish to reduce glare
• Recommended Age: 13+ Years
Untitled, 1965, by Edward Gorey
A Renaissance man of boundless imagination, Edward St. John Gorey (American, 1925-2000) authored over one hundred published works, designed sets and costumes for theatrical productions, and had a profound affection for ballet, literature, film, and animals. Cats were a particular Gorey favorite and appear in many of his works, as do a number of other creatures—some recognizable, and some known only in the trademark crosshatched drawings emanating from Gorey’s prolific pen. All of his characters inhabit a uniquely enigmatic world, where the lamentable frailties of existence are humorously assuaged by the hopeful delights of fantasy.
Thoughtfully conceived and engagingly intricate, our 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzles combine superb color reproduction, stunning and unusual images, and sturdy construction to delight generations of novice and veteran puzzleworkers.
Puzzle size: 25 x 20 in.
Box size: 10 x 13 x 1⅞ in.
Published with the Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.