Clemens Habicht's 1000 COLOURS WHEEL is a CMYK colour jigsaw puzzle of 1000 pieces. Each tile is an individual colour and the task is to place each colour exactly in relation to every other colour. The hues are arranged in a circle with colours around the outside edge with saturation progressively decreasing towards the centre.
This organisation demonstrates harmonic and dissonant colour schemes, such as complementary, triadic and split complementary, as strict geometric spatial relationships.
Their newest puzzle is made in Germany with a new linen textured finish with soft-click technology. The most finely honed production yet from this exciting company!
Puzzle measures 26.6" (67.5cm) completed diameter.
Themes: Rainbow & Gradient
A lovely gradient puzzle. Fit is very loose, though -- perhaps necessarily so given the design, with each piece being a different color.
Though this one looks really tough, the fact is that there are only 2 criteria for fitting pieces into place: color and shape. My husband & I finished this in about a day and a half.
I’m loving this puzzle! The pieces remind me of Ravensburger, they’re thick and have a linen finish while still being a little glossy, and are a pleasure to hold and work with. I’ve started on the outside, first completing the border and then doing the blue and green regions, and I’m progressing to yellow next. Since my favorite puzzles to do are those I can sort by color or pattern, and then put the pieces together by their shape and not need to refer to the picture on the box, this is so satisfying! It’s always very clear when a piece fits or not, no ambiguity there, which is one of my pet peeves. The cut is mostly quirky grid, but I see that they get more random as you get to the white area in the middle. The fit is a little on the loose side (similar to Buffalo Games). Highly recommended!
Awesome in every way but the price.