The Puzzle Nerds Features Galison Puzzles
Since it began in 1979, Galison’s goal has been to make beautiful art imagery as widely available as possible through the creation and distribution of various eye-catching products. Based in New York City, the company first worked with museums to bring their fine art calendars, stationery and greeting cards to a broader audience.
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Today, Galison has also become a leading publisher of jigsaw puzzles. They partner with a broad range of well known and emerging artists, and are passionate about discovering new talent. Galison’s vast puzzle catalogue includes images by such famous names as architect and designer Frank Lloyd Wright, New York City illustrator and author Michael Storrings and aerial photographer Gray Malin. They produce intriguing and unique puzzles such as Wendy Gold’s collection of designs that interplay with vintage world maps and Julie Seabrook’s dazzling Rainbow series of colourful offerings.
Galison produces both ribbon cut and random cut puzzles. They have also released a range of stunning 750 piece shaped puzzles. They offer a variety of
these images, from potter and designer Jonathan Adler’s gorgeous Rainbow Hand, to the classic Remington Vintage Typewriter. Each one provides a
different challenge and the emerging image that results as you piece it together is well worth the effort.
Some of Galison’s new puzzle offerings for Fall 2021 include a 1000 piece puzzle titled The Sunflower Quilting Bee at Arles from American artist Faith Ringgold, a bright and bold 1000 piece shaped panoramic jigsaw puzzle titled Colored Pencils from Frank Lloyd Wright, The Ipanema Girls 500 piece double-sided puzzle from French fashion designer Christian Lacroix and an offering of new Holiday-themed puzzles.
Galison continues to delight with wonderful and whimsical puzzles and designs, season after season. It remains a trusted brand that concentrates on delivering an excellent product with a focus on reducing its environmental footprint.
“At the same time, our intent with all our work remains to continue inspiring our customers — to bring more art into everyday life.” – Galison