John Derian Paper Goods: The City of New York 750-Piece Puzzle
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John Derian Paper Goods: The City of New York 750-Piece Puzzle : 750-Piece Puzzle

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Description

John Derian is an artist and designer whose work with printed images from the past transports the viewer to another world. Featuring a nineteenth-century map used in an advertising campaign, The City of New York shows a long-lost Manhattan, the island bristling with docks and surrounded by boats, the city an impenetrable grid of squat brick and brownstone buildings punctuated by church steeples and tiny patches of green. And a mystery: The Brooklyn Bridge wouldn't be completed for another four years, yet it looks so real . . .

Featuring:

750 full-color interlocking pieces
Art print with puzzle image
Finished puzzle is 18 7/8" x 26 3/8"
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Product details

  • Game | 750 pages
  • 273 x 195 x 55.88mm | 680.39g
  • Artisan Division of Workman Publishing
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Full colour
  • 1648290213
  • 9781648290213
  • 1,357,417

About John Derian

John Derian is an artist and designer who transforms printed images from the past, and in doing so transports the viewer to another world. He established John Derian Company Inc. in 1989, and his decoupage plates, platters, paperweights, coasters, and bowls are still entirely handmade in his studio in New York City, where he employs a small staff of artisans to assist with production. His designs are sold at upscale home stores, in catalogs, and at gift shops worldwide, and he has designed exclusive collections for Cisco Brothers, Astier de Villatte, Target, and more. His retail shops, studio, and homes have been featured in Vogue, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, The World of Interiors, Elle Decor, and Vanity Fair, among others.

Artisan Puzzles are produced with great intention and quality to create hours of pure pleasure, from anticipating the assembly to admiring the completed work.
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