At the Beach: 1000 Piece Puzzle


Price: $17.95 - $15.30
(as of Nov 22,2022 06:13:24 UTC – Details)



Featuring retro, neon colors and a bright, beautiful beach image, this 1000-piece puzzle is packed with activity, sun, and fun!

This high-quality jigsaw puzzle depicts a dreamy scene of a day at the beach: sunbathers, surfers, sailors, and swimmers congregate on and around this vivid stretch of sand, each of them enjoying a different activity for you to discover as you assemble the pieces. With a bold color gradient and distinctive sunset colors, this puzzle creates varied sections that are ideal for group puzzling and family time.

The box includes 1000 high-quality puzzle pieces with minimal puzzle dust, accompanied by an artist statement from Sevilla-based illustrator María Medem. This puzzle also comes with an oversize insert that displays a large, clear rendering of the image to use as reference while you put together this 25 x 20-inch scene.
1,000-PIECE PUZZLE: This colorful, illustrated 1,000-piece adult puzzle offers the perfect challenge for family and friends.
FUN-FILLED BEACH SCENE: This bright, beautiful illustrated beach scene features retro neon colors and is teeming with sunbathers, surfers, sailors, and swimmers congregated on and around this vivid stretch of sand, each of them enjoying a different activity for you to discover as you assemble the pieces.
HIGH QUALITY MATERIALS: The attractive and sturdy matte-finished storage box measures 8.375 x 11.375 x 2.5. Quality control checks during production ensure there is virtually no puzzle dust.
PUZZLE IMAGE ON THE BOX AND INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE: The box includes the full finished puzzle picture on the front and a separate oversize insert inside that displays a large, clear rendering of the puzzle image to use as reference while you piece together this 25 x 20-inch scene.
GREAT FOR GIFTING: The perfect gift for beach lovers and scenic puzzle enthusiasts!
ILLUSTRATED BY ARTIST MARIA MEDEM: María Medem is a Spanish author and illustrator who studied fine arts at the University of Sevilla. She is inspired by silence and uses her work to interpret the everyday world in a dreamlike way.

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