Artifact Puzzles - Eric Joyner Comrades Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 65.00


This is a 180 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle showcasing Eric Joyner's "Comrades." Designed by Tara Flannery, this puzzle features larger split tendril connector pieces and super fun large whimsies. Really is there anything better than Frida Kahlo, robots, donuts, and split tendril connectors?

This puzzle is a bit harder than average.

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in USA.

11.25" by 14"

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Lisa, VT
Review: More interesting than I expected because so many pieces were similar shapes.
Name: Michele
Review: What a fun puzzle! Every time I look at the picture it make me smile. I did not think it was hard and I think the biggest reason being there are so many whimsies. Also, there are different colored areas and each of those does not have a bunch of puzzle pieces. So it went pretty fast for me. I can see how this particular piece cut could be very hard if it was in a puzzle that had more even coloring and not many whimsies. Highly recommend.
Name: Deb W
Review: Fun picture and puzzle piece shapes. I really enjoyed putting it together. When done, I felt clever for finishing it and could also admire the cleverness of the puzzle maker-- a win-win. The colors and outlines are sharp and distinct, which make it easier. The pieces are "split tendril" which make it more difficult. Whether you choose to look at the picture when assembling will also really affect how easy or difficult you find it. Another winner by Artifact puzzles!
Name: Erin Rubio
Review: What a great puzzle topic, a great puzzle itself and what a great company! Clever all around. I lost a piece (the paint splooge shape) and they mailed me a replacement piece for free!
Name: Cahaba Lily BNA
Review: This was my first Artifact puzzle, and the only one in stock when I bought it. It was perfect for me because I love Frida, robots and that pink donut from The Simpsons at Islands of Adventure. I won't spoil the whimsy pieces, but I was especially delighted by one piece. The whimsies were more related to the theme than other wooden puzzles I've bought. Speaking of other wooden puzzles, I like the quality of the Artifact puzzle because the pieces fit together snugly. I can't wait for more puzzles to get in stock. In the meantime, I think I'll Google "Eric Joyner". Thanks, Artifact, for introducing me to a new artist. Thanks, Mr. Joyner and puzzle shape designer! And, thanks reviewer of an article in the New York Times for saying you and your wife enjoy Artifact puzzles!