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New Puzzles from MoMA Design Store


It’s summer and the living is … mostly at home. If you are looking for a new way to keep your family busy (and sane) during social distancing, you might like to check out these new puzzle designs available through the MoMA Design Store.

The 500-piece Andy Warhol double-sided Marilyn puzzle is actually two puzzles in one, featuring two different versions of Warhol’s iconic Marilyn Monroe silkscreen, with a matte side and a glossy side. Several versions of Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe artwork are in MoMA’s collection. The puzzle greyboard contains 90% recycled paper and it measures 18” x 24”. $16.00

The Architecture Building Set was originally designed by Italian artist, designer, and inventor Bruno Munari in 1945. Made in Italy, the new edition allows players to create miniature buildings in 66 wooden blocks made from unhewn beechwood. The enclosed booklet has over 60 building examples to try to replicate. Recommended for ages 12+. $80.00

The 1000-piece Moon and The Earth puzzles were designed by Toronto-based puzzle maker Lindsay Stead in collaboration with NASA Image. The Moon Puzzle commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing and features the clearest image of the Moon to date, displaying even the smallest craters. The Earth puzzle was produced to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and is printed from one of the clearest photos ever taken of the Earth. Ten percent of all sales of The Earth puzzle will be donated to wildlife and habitat conservation. Both measure 26.5” in diameter when assembled. $25.00 each.

The Viva La Vida Frida Kahlo puzzle, designed by Petra Braun, is a vibrant homage to the Mexican surrealist artist. The 100-piece puzzle is made of 90% recycled greyboard and features illustrations that feature many details from her work in MoMA’s collection. $20.00

Images courtesy MoMA Design Store.

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