Artifact Puzzles - Gavin Watson Creature Comforts Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 79.00


This is a 322 piece puzzle of Gavin Watson's "Creature Comforts."

This puzzle has lots of doggie whimsy pieces, some with etching. The puzzle has a straight edge, square-ish pieces with earlet connectors, and is of average difficulty for its size.

Pieces are a touch on the small side.  Puzzle design by Tara Flannery. 

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood.

Packaged in a blue box with magnetic clasp.

Made in USA. 

11.25" by 12"

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Rachel and Aaron Cato
Review: We are so happy to see puzzles with dogs on them! So many puzzles have cats, but where are the dogs?!? As dog lovers this was a must have puzzle and we loved every minute of working it.
Name: nora, CT
Review: A fun puzzle..made us happy. It is a one-sitting puzzle, which sometimes is a great thing.
Name: Martha
Review: There’s just something about this one. For me it embodies the distilled essence of “puzzle” (admittedly, as judged by my spoiled Artifact standard). It has everything: outstanding image, clean design, fantastic whimsies, Goldilocks zone for difficulty. I am utterly captivated by its perfection. It will not hit you over the head with flashiness, but listen carefully and you may hear it whisper “I am a perfect puzzle”.
Name: Isabelle
Review: This painting reminiscent of Goldilocks' tale definitely brings comfort. Cozy setting with soothing colors and even the slippers are hilariously cute! Dog lovers will totally flip over the many dog whimsies and the bones connectors. I love how some whimsies are objects present in the image: the lone bulldog on a sofa is very meta-meta. The grid for the pieces brings some jazz to the perfect order of the image. For example, the floor lamp is inside a wavy line of pieces, which makes its post look less straight, or about to dance. This puzzle is a perfect balance of cuteness and humor. Difficult not to love it.
Name: Timothy Wright
Review: I have a few puzzle friends and we share puzzles. I always get my puzzles back and in good condition. My one puzzle friend has a young grandchild who was not so pleased to return this puzzle. It seems all the special dog shaped pieces made this puzzle just too good to return. Ah, to see the world thru the eyes of a child once again. I have since been told by several folks that of all my puzzles this is their sentimental favorite. I think to view the world thru the eyes of an innocent child is a singular grace. Maybe a few readers may have dog loving tykes of their own? Consider this the most earnest of recommendations from the most innocent of souls.