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2000 piece jigsaw puzzle in a triangle shape box by Heye featuring artist Jean-Jacques Loup. Measures approx. 27" x 38" when complete. Loup is an illustrator and cartoonist known for his art with amazingly constructed pictures with lots of detail, which present hard facts of life in a mercilessly funny way. He won the first prize for political caricature and his current book talks about modern art using black humor. Released 2013.

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Pieces 2000
Age Adult
Artist Jean-Jacques Loup
Dimensions 27.1" x 38" (69 x 97 cm)
Manufacturer Heye
Theme Cartoons, Street Scene, Vehicles
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle, Triangular Puzzle Box
Mfg. Part Number 78-29577
UPC Number 4001689295776
Item Number 71482
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2000 piece jigsaw puzzle in a triangle shape box by Heye featuring artist Jean-Jacques Loup. Measures approx. 27" x 38" when complete. Loup is an illustrator and cartoonist known for his art with amazingly constructed pictures with lots of detail, which present hard facts of life in a mercilessly funny way. He won the first prize for political caricature and his current book talks about modern art using black humor. Released 2013.

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5 Stars Thomas Loyd - Chantilly, VA
Quality: Excellent (100%)
Value: Excellent (100%)
Difficulty: Expert
Would Recommend: Yes
Just a blast to work, lots of detail and humorous situations, and frogs, too. Excellent value on a $/minute basis. It is tall so you do need some room.
5 Stars James Hastings - Ypsilanti, MI
Quality: Excellent (100%)
Value: Excellent (100%)
Difficulty: Hard
Would Recommend: Yes
This puzzle is difficult only due to its size. If you are used to completing 1000 piece puzzles it will be a challenge. There are so many characters, and so much going on in the puzzle itself (without being too busy as a cartoon puzzle) that you can fairly easily identify where a piece goes by comparing it to the box or poster image. Plus, I love the triangular Heye boxes!