This is a 326-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "Our Gentle Giant" by Kevin Sloan. The colorful elephantine art is paired with a semi-chaotic design by Matt Lyon that includes mostly-animal-themed whimsies that are gentle on the eyes, a three-quarters-irregular edge, and a double-digit pachyderm count. The difficulty is harder than average. Not to be confused with Consequences of Hypnosis. Like all our puzzles, made with 1/4" thick wood and the pieces are laser-cut. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in the USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).
11.5" by 13.5"
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Review: Love Kevin Sloan's puzzles. Gentle Giant is just that... he's a lovely pachyderm! We soooo enjoyed him and passed him along to family members. Thank you KS & AP!!
Name: Sheer Delight
Review: This was my first Artifact puzzle, having been a devotee of a wooden-puzzle competitor for two years. I'm impressed! This puzzle has its easy moments and its difficult ones. Between the picture itself and the delightfully whimsical whimsies, it oozes charm. The irregular, beautiful side borders and the themed top one up the challenge and enchant. Artifact, please do not show the border on the website as it's not shown on the box and this would increase the fun and the difficulty. I immensely enjoyed every minute of this puzzling adventure, smiling all along the way. The tones and the deeply saturated colors produce a gorgeous end result. This just might be my favorite puzzle. Give it a try. It took me a bit over 6 hours to complete.
Name: Chaotic puzzle cut
Review: This one messed with my mind, and I would consider it one of the more difficult puzzles in the Artifact collection. The puzzle cut feels chaotic...kind of like a collection of connector-less Keith Haring designs. I had to consult the picture on the box a lot. But I guess we dont buy these to be easy or obvious....definitely worth the price of admission.
Name: Patrick O. Malone
Review: I love this company and I love this puzzle. Ordered it on a Tuesday and I was putting it together Thursday afternoon. The puzzle itself is beautiful as are the edge pieces.