This is a 224 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle featuring Tyson Grumm's work Slacking Pandas. Designed by Tara Flannery, this puzzle features bamboo-shaped connectors, themed whimsy pieces, and a straight edge. These pandas really know how to slack after a day full of chomping on bamboo--the only thing that would make it better would be relaxing with this charming puzzle! This puzzle also takes it easy in its difficulty rating.
Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in our blue box with magnetic clasp. Made in USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).
10.5" by 9"
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Name: Rosemary Roberts
Review: Oh my!!! I could just cuddle up beside one of these beautiful creatures. A rainy day here in Australia and thought I would chill with these beautiful pandas. The puzzle was such a delight to put together. I love the cut of this puzzle and the colours in this puzzle is so breathtaking. The artist has captured their beauty to perfection.It’s definitely one I would do again . Just adorable. So happy I purchased this . Artifact puzzles are very good quality. A lot of thought goes into their designs. Thankyou Maya and the team!
Review: Sometimes it takes me a while to warm up to an image and it's difficult to say just why. But on the strength of another puzzler's recommendation ;) I decided to give this puzzle a try. And now look! I am smitten. These Pandas are adorable and the puzzle pieces so fun to sort into cheery little piles. Delightful! Eats slacks and leaves. Eats, slacks and leaves.
Name: Michael Fox
Review: We assembled this puzzle when recovering from the difficulty of the beautiful but challenging Crystal Grove puzzle. This puzzle is mesmerizing. It would do Ms. Goldilocks proud; it is neither too little or too much. The different textures and soft colors give this puzzle a sense of mixed media, but it is also influenced by old school Mid-Century Modern. I revisit many of my Artifact Puzzles multiple times, but this puzzle has that indefinable quality shared by a handful of Artifacts that call you back quite often. I would include this puzzle with such repeatable offerings as Jim Flora’s Big Bank Robbery, Juan Gris’ Open Window, and Tomasz Pietrzyk’s Red Towers. Enjoy. It’s one of the best bargains, as well.