Congratulations! You are the Best in Show! Droves of doggies dance the night away after a presumably difficult competition. Raise a glass (or bowl) at this purebred party as they dip, swing, cha-cha, or wall flower. New Yorker Cover by Artist Danny Shanahan, originally published on February 11th, 1991
New York Puzzle Company takes care in choosing each image so that every puzzle is evocative, with differing challenge levels to suit all puzzling tastes. 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 of our customers love to frame their finished puzzles and hang them on their walls as works of art.
Using licensed imagery ranging from The New Yorker magazine covers to the literary art from Harry Potter, NYPC puzzles range from 24 to 2000 pieces and are all made 100% in the USA out of recycled cardboard and printed with soy inks. Our durable, double-thick chip board and fully interlocking pieces assure that you are getting some of the best quality puzzles on the market.
I LOVE this puzzle!! It was an excellent quality product (which one expects from the name brand of New Yorker) that I intend to frame. The colors are gorgeous, absolutely beautiful with the fine print of the puzzle pieces. This puzzle wasn't too hard to put together except for the white areas. I would recommend starting with the colored areas first. The only possible downside (depending on your point of view) is that some of the pieces were stuck together. They didn't get cut apart all the way. Other than that I highly recommend this puzzle! It's fun and a great way to spend some time relaxing from a busy or hectic day.
The close coloring in several of the dogs (various shades of orange/brown) are the tricky part of this puzzle.
lovely fun puzzle. One of the few i want to glue and keep