Puzzles featuring art by emerging and renowned illustrators. Made by Marie and Yvonn of familiar faces verlay, a women-owned business in Berlin, Germany.
+ 1000 pieces
+ Puzzle size: 48 x 68 cm or approximately 18.9” x 26.8”
+ Plastic-free packaging in a Fairtrade organic cotton bag
+ 100% recycled paper packaging
Community Space by Ayşe Blade
Ayşe Klinge first studied stage and costume design in Berlin and currently illustration at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. In her work, she addresses her own experiences as a person with migration history and focuses on the presentation of BIPoC and its living environments.
Fight Today for a Better Tomorrow by notepad
Behind the label Notietzblock is Berlin illustrator Christina Jachow, whose works revolve around mindfulness, self-love, femininity and body awareness. In soft pastel shades, she draws everyday scenarios that remind you to be more affectionate with yourself.
Let’s Cheer, We’re Queer by EL BOUM
EL BOUM is Jasmina El Bouamraoui, illustrator and artist from Berlin. Inspired by queer aesthetics, she creates characters and urban scenes in bright colors and distinctive shapes. Not interested in the ordinary, she* challenges viewers to question stereotypes of all kinds, using illustration as a tool to show the vision of a world without it. In the puzzle motif “Let's Cheer, We're Queer,” she celebrates the queer spirit of Berlin and draws a snapshot of this world.
Puppies for Everyone by Édith Carron
In bright colors and unmistakable style, Édith Carron creates scenarios that are usually humorous and exuberant — including her “Puppies for Everyone” motif, in which daring dogs conquer the cityscape and frolic among people while skateboarding and drinking lemonade. The French illustrator based in Berlin always focuses on diversity and, in addition to representing women, addresses a whole range of socially relevant topics.
Turntable Loft by Haley Tippmann
The American illustrator studied in New York, currently lives in Koblenz and paints everyday situations and spaces that she often looks at from a distant, observational perspective. In rich colors and with a visible style, images are created that radiate a certain sobriety and warmth at the same time.
Details and images provided by Wonderpieces.