The New Yorker – Antique Shop 1000 Piece Puzzle
Packed floor to ceiling with precious treasures, this antique shop seems to have it all from vases and clocks to candle sticks and chandeliers. An elegant older woman has found a treasure and interrogates a store clerk as to its origins.
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New Yorker Cover by Artist Anatol Kovarsky, originally published on January 23rd, 1960
The covers of The New Yorker have entertained and enlightened the magazine’s readers for nearly a century. With unmatched visual sophistication and wit, they let no subject escape their scrutiny. A roster of extraordinary artists continues to create indelible images that are infinitely varied in style and tone, whether whimsical, provocative, serene, or lough-out-loud funny. From the iconic Eustace Tilley to spot-on images of contemporary life, The New Yorker’s covers are always the talk of the town.
About New York Puzzle Company:
Founded in 2007 by two college pals, New York Puzzle Company started with a simple idea of making a puzzle of the iconic NYC subway map. Now it has grown to an expansive line of puzzles featuring fifteen licenses, including the witty New Yorker, vintage Babar and classic Peter Rabbit, just to name a few.
Most of the magic happens in their main office in Brooklyn, New York, but as NYPC grew, they decided to spread the cheer to new markets across the globe. As a result, they now have a European satellite office located in sunny Saint Jean de Luz, France as the home base for our European distribution.
They take care in choosing each image so that every puzzle is evocative with always the right level of challenge. NYPC puzzles’ vintage aesthetics and iconic imagery inspire a feeling that is at once nostalgic and fun. Not just challenging but also beautiful, each completed puzzle is gallery worthy; many customers love to frame the finished puzzle and hang them on the wall as works of art.