Founded in 2007 by two college friends Adam and Sarah, New York Puzzle Company began with the simple concept of creating a jigsaw puzzle of the iconic New York City subway map. Now they have grown to a diverse and expansive line of puzzles featuring 15+ licenses, including the witty New Yorker, Vintage Babar and Classic Peter Rabbit, amongst many more.
Most production happens in their main office in Brooklyn, New York, but with the exponential growth NYPC, they decided to market their products to new fronts across the globe.
They take cautious measure in choosing each image so that every puzzle is exciting and beautiful with just the right level of challenge. NYPC puzzles’ vintage aesthetic and iconic imagery inspire a feeling that is at once nostalgic and fun. Each completed puzzle is gallery worthy; many customers love to frame their finished jigsaw puzzles and hang them on their walls for decoration.
Their puzzles range from 24 to 2000 pieces and manufactured 100% in the United States from recycled cardboard and printed with environmentally friendly soy inks. Their durable, double thick chip board and fully interlocking pieces assure that you are getting the best quality puzzle on the market.
Whether you’re looking for the original New York Subway Map puzzle or a vintage magazine cover of The New Yorker, Good Housekeeping or Gourmet, NYPC is a wonderful choice!
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In the Tag Sale (The New Yorker) 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle, a dog nonchalantly sits on his stairs surrounded by an array of items with tags on them. All of these items, which consist of dog bones, bowl ... Read More »
The "Baby It's Cold Outside" (The New Yorker) 1000 Piece puzzle depicts a winter scene unlike any other. An array of dogs, which include a chihuahua, beagle, hound, pug, and others, brav ... Read More »
These handsome little finches, the state bird of New Jersey, Iowa, and Washington, are welcome and common at feeders. They are active and acrobatic, flying with a bouncy, undulating pattern while call ... Read More »
Home for the Holidays by New York Puzzle Company features a classic New Yorker magazine cover of a snowy home. This iconic cover has been used throughout popular culture over the decades and can now b ... Read More »
Jigsaw puzzle - 1000 pieces. Delicate snow flakes dance in the skies over a footbridge crowded with kimono clad ladies. Mount Fuji presides in the background. Artist: Bob Knox. Feb. 3, 1992 issue. Rel ... Read More »
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, ... Read More »
Cat's Eye View is an exciting 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle featuring an iconic New Yorker magazine cover from March 1, 1962. The subject of the picture is a small back cat sitting in a chair who seems ... Read More »
In the 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle, Beachgoing (The New Yorker), an image of a pure New York vacation is expressed. Along a sandy beach, a crowd of men, women, and children walk around, tan, and play in ... Read More »
A year before creating this cover for the May 1, 1928, New York Fashions issue of Vogue, Georges Lepape made his first trip to New York where he discovered that cocktails, not ice water, were the Amer ... Read More »