Mike Wilks (British, b. 1947) The Ultimate Noah’s Ark, 1990–1992 From The Ultimate Noah’s Ark, by Mike Wilks Two by two, over 700 quirky creatures crowd this eye-twisting, brain-teasing painting by artist and author Mike Wilks. In his book The Ultimate Noah’s Ark, Wilks challenges sharp-eyed viewers to find “a vociferous insect and a bird with a loud voice,” “a mammal with a nose for luck,” “a talkative antipodean,” and a single creature “alone and without a mate.” Might the mateless, mystery creature be clad in a gray business suit and playing a musical instrument? The search begins as you tackle this fascinating 1,000-piece puzzle.
This is a cool reimagining of Noah's Ark. The scenes are pretty small, especially in the lower third. If your eyes are bad, you may want to take that into consideration.
Probably my favorite puzzle that I’ve done during COVID.
Tough puzzle, but very enjoyful. Great art and great colors.
I am currently working on this puzzle. It is challenging. I usually start getting the edges together. With this puzzle, the edges will be last! If you like puzzles that are difficult. This is it. The puzzle is well made with a fascinating array of characters and activity.
We loved this puzzle! It was challenging and fun finding the animals with suits on!
This is a 1000 piece puzzle and the quality of the pieces was very good. No missing pieces. My husband and I thought this was a difficult puzzle. The animals on the bottom third were very small many of the animal faces were divided among 2 or 3 pieces. We had to use the picture more than we usually do to complete the puzzle. It was fun but difficult