Edward Gorey 1,000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Thoughtfully conceived and engagingly intricate, the puzzle features the image “Untitled” (1965) by the incomparable Edward Gorey, creator of the animated opening sequence of the PBS television series Mystery!
Edward Gorey Cat Fancy 1,000-piece Puzzle
His intricate crosshatched drawing filled with flounces and flourishes presents an extravagant challenge to the puzzle player and cat fancier.
Vintage Typewriter 750-Piece Shaped Puzzle
Unique die-cut puzzle features a Remington Portable #2, manufactured from December 1928 through June 1938.
Edward Gorey Dancing Cats 300-piece Puzzle
These felines—knitting, skating, balancing, and juggling their way through Edward Gorey's 'Dancing Cats and Neglected Murderesses'—are classic examples of his anthropomorphic animals and Edwardian eccentrics.
Story Map of Ireland 500-Piece Puzzle
This delightfully detailed pictorial map of Ireland was part of a series of “story maps” produced by Colortext Publications in the 1930s and 1940s.
Sherlock Holmes 1,000-Piece Puzzle
Part of the fun of working on this panoramic puzzle is discovering many iconic scenes from the Sherlock Holmes adventures referenced in the illustration.
Edward Gorey 1,000-Piece Book Covers Puzzle
Before his books drew a dedicated following, Edward Gorey designed book covers in the crowded single room of Doubleday Anchor’s art department. The stunning images of many of Gorey's book covers are featured here.
Leo Lionni Animal Alphabet 24-Piece Puzzle
This puzzle features some of the most endearing characters created by Leo Lionni; Swimmy, Frederick, Alexander, and more make the alphabet fun and accessible for ages 3+.