August 16th, 2021
This summer we've been getting to know some new artists and are really excited to add the work of these folks to our puzzle selection!
First up is Ryan 'Henry' Ward, Seattle's most prolific muralist. If you've spent any amount of time in Seattle, chances are high that you've seen Henry's colorful murals around town. Either way, you can now have an interactive piece of iconic Henry art in puzzle form! We have several paintings available in all kinds of sizes; check out our Henry page to see them all, and stay tuned to our socials to get updated when we launch even more!
Next up: Stasia Burrington, another amazing PNW artist! We're proud to offer her piece, Kitty Heaven, in two different puzzle cuts.
Check out Stasia's website to see more of her gorgeous art. She has an incredible range and so many brilliant pieces; we hope to collaborate together more in the future!
We also have a new set of coaster puzzles on offer! With autumn on the way, we're thinking more and more about the perfect fall puzzle session with a nice hot cup of tea. What else do you need?
Also, more coaster puzzles are currently in the works, so stay tuned!
June 20th, 2021
We're trying something totally new, and it's been so much fun. These coasters are also delightful little 40-piece puzzles!
Each coaster has a raised edge so that the puzzle pieces will stay put. Plus, it helps keep any extra condensation that's not absorbed into the coaster contained. The pieces from each one can be mixed and matched, so you can combine pieces of different stains in the same coaster, or just stick with one solid color on each.
June 7th, 2021
In the past couple of months, we've been busy with new designs!
First up: Forest Mist. We're really excited about this one. Not only does it have the highest piece count of any puzzle we've made so far (550), it's also our first tessellation puzzle. We hope to keep exploring more tessellation patterns in the future, so if you've done this one, let us know what you think! Was it devilishly hard? We hope so!
Next, we have another new tessellation-style puzzle with new art from Laura McElfresh, Midsummer Iris. It has pretty, swirly, floral-inspired pieces plus an irregular border. We haven't done much with irregular borders in our puzzles yet, but they can be a really fun way to add an extra challenge!