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, bowls, chew toys, balls, leashes, and tiny dog shoes, appear to be owned by the dog himself. This puzzle is a sophisticated, yet comical image of a dog acting as if he’s retiring from being a dog. While this image takes place in the setting of New York City, the picture itself appears very still. The dog seems quite relaxed, despite the typically crazy city. By making the cover of The New Yorker in April 2012, this jigsaw puzzle is an exclusive find, and rightfully so.
Themes: Dogs, Humor, Magazines and Newspapers
|Puzzle Type||Jigsaw Puzzle|
|Mfg. Part Number||NY176|
|Puzzle Category||Animals & Wildlife|
So much fun! Sadly a piece missing
This was a tough one because of the art style, but I enjoyed the challenge.
I seem to consistently be expecting the puzzle to be easier
This is a fun puzzle! I would like to suggest that the manufacturer delete the black box on left side of box kcover. It distracts from the picture and leaves some of the details covered. Even though there are pictures of the complete cover on sides of box they are too small to be of much help. I notice in this accompanying picture of cover the black box is not there.
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A fun puzzle to put together especially if you love dogs and have already recommended this puzzle to a friend!
Love my two New Yorker puzzles and plan to buy more for myself & gifts.
A great quality puzzle, and puzzle warehouse is a good source, for online shopping
I found this one WONDERFUL in its presentation but too difficult for this beginner to do. However, I can share it with others in the assisted living facility. I just love looking at the picture!!! What an attitude!
cute subject and nice puzzle.
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