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Artifact Puzzles - Munch The Scream Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Munch The Scream Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 68.00


Here is a chilling 232 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle featuring Edvard Munch's famous painting, "The Scream." This puzzle contains anxiety-filled whimsies by Maria Berg and appropriately scream-inducing non-unique mini-hexagon pieces (bit bigger size than most of our pieces) by Jef Bambas. Not for the faint of heart, this is one of the hardest puzzles we offer. 

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our standard unfinished pine wood box. Made in USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).

14" by 11"


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Name: L. L.
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Review: I wanted to work a puzzle that had a challenging, unusual piece shape. This one did not disappoint. These long, skinny mini-hex pieces forced me to look for connections in a completely new, different way. Instead of, say, the common matching of a knob in one puzzle piece to an indent in another, with this puzzle I needed to visualize which hex piece was going to connect with another across an extended vertical, horizontal, or diagonal line in space. This is not how my mind (or yours I bet) is used to attacking a jigsaw puzzle. At first, matching the pieces was hit-or-miss; but by mid-puzzle, I was seeing connections with so much more flow and ease. My brain had definitely laid down some new neural pathways in order to navigate this puzzle. Very cool. If you're on the fence about trying this one, I'd tell you to check your existential anxiety at the door and dive right into The Scream....the water's fine.
Name: Jett Venucci
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Review: Just finished my second assembly for this one. The Scream is the sweet spot for me. Whimsies are thoughtful and sparingly used. The finished puzzle is an accomplishment and a joy to look at.
Name: Michael Fox
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Review: It just arrived. I've only begun piecing it together. But the the cut perfectly lives up to the art's name. What a beauty!