I wanted bright colours and a moderate difficulty level for my next puzzle, and Tangled by Four Point Puzzles was the perfect fit! I mentioned my post, New York Quilt, that Four Point recently had a closing out sale. This here puzz was the second out of three that I picked out.
I should mention, though, that I recently found their Planet Earth puzzle at the thrift store! That makes six of their beautiful puzzles on my bookshelf. I don’t know if it’s fully complete but of course, I will be letting you all know soon enough!
Back to Tangled, this picture was so fun to put together, I’m sure I could have done it from one corner to the other but I decided to assemble each coloured line. I started with blue, green, then pink.
Up next was Black, red, yellow and finally beige, until I was left with a handful of white pieces. Maybe this made it more challenging? Who could say? It definitely made it really fun, test my eye for all the colours and visualizing what all the pieces would look like as I puzzled.
Everything about this puzzle was amazing, I knew I would love it and I think it’ll be a really fun one to return to. There are so many ways to tackle this, I think it’ll be fun every time 🙂
It was so fun to watch it come together. I found it really interesting which colours felt dominant for me. I wonder if that’s due to colour preference or what I can pick out best? I do really love blues and greens.
This artwork is designed by Czech designer Posterlad, full name Vratislav Pecka. I went to their website and all I can say is WOW! I may have to purchase a poster at some point, their vintage, graphic aesthetic is right up my alley. It would be hard to choose which one!
I kept this assembled and on display for close to a week, it just looks so cool! 1000 pieces, brand new by Canadian Brand Four Point Puzzles.