About the New Yorker puzzle collection
Founded in 1925, culture and commentary magazine The New Yorker is internationally lauded, with its writing and cartoons achieving a cult status – but it’s the magazine’s distinctive design that makes it instantly recognisable to readers and non-readers alike.
The New Yorker’s iconic cover illustrations have been the subject of endless newspaper columns, displayed in museum exhibitions, gathered into coffee table books, referenced in films and music, and now we present a selection of the most memorable New Yorker covers to you in that finest of forms - puzzles!
- The New Yorker cover art puzzles are made with 100% recycled 80 point chipboard thickness. That’s 20% higher than most standard made puzzles.
- Linen-style paper is used on all puzzles. This reduces glare while playing and provide a better feel to the pieces, giving you a more pleasurable puzzling experience.
- All puzzles are shaken before being boxed to help reduce the amount of puzzle dust.