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Photo Contest!

We would like to reward out existing customers! If you already have one of our puzzles, take a picture (10MB or less) and email it to ArtifactPuzzles@gmail.com. All entries will be considered!

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Congrats to Kevin Sloan!

Here is a special shout out to one of our more popular artists, Kevin Sloan, whos painting titled “Worrier” is being shown at the US Embassy in Canberra, through the State Dept. Art in Embassies program. You can read more about it on Kevin Sloan’s May 28, 2014 blog post. For the curious, a nice, detailed interview with Kevin can be read here:http://www.littleobservationist.com/2014/05/12/interview-kevin-sloan/

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Flicker group for Wooden Puzzle lovers!

David Armstrong has started a group called 'Traditional Wooden Jigsaws', and to date it has 31 members with over 1000 photos. Stop by to have a look, and if you like it, please join and contribute photos. https://www.flickr.com/groups/2007764@N21/

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Facebook Promotion, Free puzzle to random winner! ends June 6th

Enter a random raffle to win this $50 puzzle and free shipping! Just like the company page on facebook, and share the promotion image, at the link below!This is a super fun steampunk themed wooden puzzle of 207 pieces. It has a gear shaped edge and an extra nifty kinetic surprise. Winner will be randomly chosen June 6th, with enough time to get it to you just before Fathers Day!https://www.facebook.com/artifactpuzzles/photos/a.288118264535588.88056.230814946932587/866743616673047/?type=1&theater

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Introducing Artist Alfredo Arreguin, "Cat Nap"

  Alfredo Arreguin has an wonderful, detailed style that focuses on color, pattern and natural themes found in Mexican tiles, jewlery and toys. He is 79 years young, with art all over the country. While he was born in Morelia Mexico, he has lived in Seattle WA for 45 years. We chose one of his pieces, called "Cat Nap" for an extra hard puzzle cut. The cut has a themed cut pattern, which is reflected on either side. The two cuts create a new, symmetrical image when placed next to each other, and the repeating patterns and colors in the...

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