In the 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle, Cat Nap, a image of sleepiness is portrayed. On a poofy, white bed, a tiny cat nestles itself to sleep while the city is awake through the window behind him. The room in which the cat sleep appears to be messy with a lamp, bags, and shoes strung along the side of bed. While the color tones of this puzzle are muted and dreary, the picture itself is alluring. Bright colors, such as yellow, are used sparingly in the distance of the city buildings to convey that the sky is getting dark. The cat lying down only solidifies that it's night and the perfect time to sleep. Being the November 27, 1997 cover of The New Yorker, this puzzle is timeless and the perfect night time activity.
Love the New Yorker puzzles!
Loved the puzzle, and the design. A bit tricky in spots, but thats the fun! I really enjoyed the colors and design. It was my first puzzle from this company. They are not my favorite pieces, but a quality puzzle overall.
Fun and colourful. Loved the random cut.
I have enjoyed every New Yorker puzzle. they can be a bit challenging but sooo rewarding.
Essentially two puzzles: window view is fun; duvet very difficult.
This was a fun puzzle!