Artifact Puzzles - Kandinsky Squares With Concentric Circles Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 58.00


This color-tastic 191 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle has trapezoidal pieces with non-unique connectors and no whimsies, which means pieces can fit in wrong, but the artwork will make any mistakes obvious (puzzle design by Jef Bambas), so overall this puzzle is average hard for it's piece count.

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

Packaged in a blue box with magnetic clasp.

Made in the USA (specifically, Port Townsend, WA)

8" by 10.75"

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Marwa, CA
Review: I absolutely LOVED every single second of this puzzle! I know it says it's extra difficult, but I swear it felt so easy once I sorted and got to know the pieces. It was so much fun!
Name: Chanel, NY
Review: Very easy honestly, super formulaic. Finished it really quickly but it was a nice puzzle!
Name: Puzzle, FL
Review: Interesting piece shapes make this a bit more challenging, but not frustrating. The pieces fit very loosely so false fits are possible and they separate easily. The colors give plenty of info to know they're in the right place.
Name: Gail from Minnesota
Review: This was the hardest Artifact puzzle I've ever done. I struggled through it the first time. (Not saying how long it took ...) A few days later I tried it again, thinking that I'd remember the process and it would go faster.. Nope. Just as tough; frustrating; maddening. This was my experience; I'm not sugar-coating it. And of course, this may not be yours. Beautiful, tho ...
Name: Isabelle
Review: This puzzle is very effective at tickling your eyes and your mind at the same time. Kandinsky made this study in 1913 to see the effects of colors on each other. These circles of colors are so vibrant and mesmerizing, as if you are drawn into each: this puzzle is meditation-friendly. As for the meta structure of the puzzle, the hexagon connectors and the trapezoidal shape of the pieces make it not too challenging if you pay a close attention to the colors. Which is definitely what you want to do when facing such a masterpiece! Kandinsky was a synaesthete, i.e. he could ‘hear colors’ and ‘see sounds.’ A deep dive into these combination of colors is a very pleasurable and sensuous adventure.