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Artifact Puzzles - Paul Bond Octopus Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Paul Bond Octopus Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 47.00


This is a 140-piece puzzle of "Octopus" by Paul Bond. The sneaky giant cephalopod in the art is paired with a clever puzzle design by Jef Bambas, which has an irregular edge, bubbly connectors, and many aquatic whimsies. Be warned this puzzle features man-eating sea-monster whimsies and so may not be suitable for all ages. The puzzle's difficulty is about average. Like all our puzzles, made with 1/4" thick wood and the pieces are laser-cut. Packaged in a blue box with a magnetic clasp. Made in the USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).

10" by 12"


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Name: Kate
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Review: A total delight! I was pleasantly surprised that my father-in-law actually worked on this with me... (He's not much into jigsaw puzzles - to put it mildly - but I could see him really enjoying figuring out this one.) It's got a lot going for it, at a few levels. Sometimes, you are in the mood for a shorter/quicker puzzle. This one does not disappoint. I have actually been considering making a nautical (round porthole window, or ship's wheel shape/theme) picture frame, to display it (yet still easily allow for future disassemblies and re-builds).
Name: Janice Anderson
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Review: This was a fun puzzle! I highly recommend it - a lot of fun for the money.
Name: Tonia
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Review: This was a fun puzzle and it made me chuckle as a assembled it. It's the perfect type of puzzle to do when you have only an hour or so and you don't want to start something large or complicated. Artifact Puzzles does a really great job of incorporating the subject of the art into the design and this one does not disappoint.
Name: Richard
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Review: It’s too bad that you changed the picture and gave away the surprise! It still looks like an awesome puzzle, though.
Name: Lisa
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Review: You had me at "man-eating sea-monster whimsies".