If you're searching for a way to relieve stress and build something beautiful, jigsaws are the way to go. From 500-piece challengers to the “impossible” transparent puzzle, there are a myriad of creative choices to test your skills and patience. For those seeking a game that will give you more bang for your buck, Galison's double-sided jigsaws are the way to go. Printed with images of architect Frank Lloyd Wright's world-renowned structures, these stunning puzzles will provide hours of fun for artists and history-lovers alike.
Amongst the many iconic buildings of New York City, the Guggenheim Museum (1959) is a must-see landmark. Shaped like a nautilus or a ribbon, this structure is widely considered to be Wright's masterpiece. In the Guggenheim Double-Sided 500-Piece Puzzle, architecture buffs can put together two versions of the artistic institution. One side features an image of the Guggenheim as it stands today, and the other shows the blueprint used to build it. This way, challengers can learn the ins and outs of the museum.
Before the Guggenheim, Wright constructed several other architectural gems across the United States. Of those, Fallingwater (1935) in rural Pennsylvania is an acclaimed favorite for how it seamlessly integrates nature into its design. Fans can now admire the structure's beauty in two ways via the Fallingwater Double-Sided 500-Piece Puzzle. Like the Guggenheim version, this jigsaw includes an image of the modern residence on one side and an aerial blueprint of the building on the other. Additionally, to make sorting out the images easier, one side of the puzzle is printed matte and the other glossy.
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Complete two challenges in one puzzle with these double-sided jigsaws!
Fallingwater Double-Sided 500-Piece Puzzle
Guggenheim Double-Sided 500-Piece Puzzle
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