Pop-Out Guggenheim Museum

Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic spiral design takes new shape in a puzzle by Marc Tetro

A Frank Lloyd Wright design you can safely demolish and rebuild again without fear, the new Pop-Out Guggenheim Museum is an entertaining eight-piece puzzle conceived by Atlanta-based artist Marc Tetro. The simplified cardboard version comes packed flat, and the large components easily pop out and fold up allowing anyone at any age level to participate in constructing one of the world’s most iconic architectural structures. …

Ji Ga Zo

Design your own reusable puzzle with this digitally-enabled toy

Whether it’s the Mona Lisa or Snooki that you want to envision in puzzle form, Ji Ga Zo makes it easy with their DIY kit. Using the included software (both Mac and Windows compatible) turns any photo (or one of the five included designs) into a map, which coordinates with icons on the back of the sepia-shaded pieces to create a mosaic image. The 300 …

Carnival and Lent Puzzle

Painter Cecily Brown applies her abstractions to a limited-edition jigsaw puzzle

British artist Cecily Brown—known for oil paintings full of ribald energy depicted through frenzied brush strokes—turns to a less traditional medium with her new puzzle edition. The recently-released 672-piece jigsaw of her 2008 large-scale “Carnival and Lent” painting makes the perfect lazy day activity. With just 230 made—30 of them signed by Brown—the mind-bender makes an ideal addition to any avid puzzle or art collector’s …