This is a 228-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "Social Distancing" by Vikram Madan. Each side of the puzzle has a different Mondrian-inspired painting of safely separated friends. The puzzle's well-organized design by Tara Flannery has unique curving connectors and a handful of whimsies. We can only hope you'll look as joyful as the hedgehog and rhino in the art do while solving this puzzle! This puzzle has an average 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" by 10"
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Review: This is a fitting representation of what 2020 (and 2021) is for most of us. The artwork is amazing, puzzle quality is great, and it's a two-fer! The rhino side looks better as the edges are more dark / visible on the hedgehog side. Even if it is double-sided, the colors/shades are distinct enough to sort. Definitely keeping this in my collection.
Name: Lynn S.
Review: This puzzle is truly an “artifact” for our time. The colors are very bright - almost too red and pink. it’s easier to distinguish which side is which if you use the image as a guide to begin piecing the larger creatures first. The minus star is simply because I wouldn’t normally have chosen this puzzle image(s) and both are too similar. but again, I was desperate for something new, and I think anyone who chooses this will enjoy putting it together.
Review: another delightful puzzle of the charming work of Vikram Madan. Great use of double-sided to get a two-fer. thank you all!
Name: Hiding Out In Three Tree Point
Review: Loved this, and love Vikram Madan's art. Just got a whole set of cards like this with his art off etsy (search for social distancing cards). Thanks Artifact for supporting social distancing and one of my favorite artists!
Review: Fun! A charming puzzle, even if I don’t subscribe to its title. Clever children, too, I imagine, will find it a doable challenge. And, yes, I finished it, but thought I would add a “partial puzzle” photo for entertainment - and because I’m curious how YOU will assemble it. Enjoyable!