A 1000-Piece Dinner Date Jigsaw Puzzle
Piece together the artists, artworks and surroundings that bring Salvador Dalí's world to life in this surreal 1,000-piece puzzle.
A giant grasshopper, an anteater and an ocelot named Babou - they're not your usual dinner guests. Put down your lobster telephone and experience the magic of Salvador Dalí in this 1000-piece puzzle. Join Meret Oppenheim, René Magritte and a kaleidoscope of butterflies as you piece together the artists, artworks and surroundings that bring this surrealist dream to life.
When you've done the 1,000-piece puzzle, take a peek inside the lid, where you'll find 25 interesting facts to discover. For example, did you know that Dalí designed the Chupa Chups logo? Or that he once packed 500kg of cauliflower into a Rolls Royce? Both fun and informative, this puzzle is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of one of history's most idiosyncratic artists.
New in the Dinner Date Jigsaw Puzzle series, a playful, creative and accessible way to spotlight classical artists, learn about their lives, their most famous works and the art movement that they were a part of.
The puzzle features Salvador Dalí, Gala Dalí, Paul Éluard, Luis Buñuel, Federico García Lorca, René Magritte, Meret Oppenheim, Joan Miró and André Breton. Each person is singled out on the side of the lid, so that they can be easily recognised in the artwork.
The puzzle pieces have a white coated board on the back, preventing the edges from fraying. The white backing is compatible with all puzzle glue.
The puzzle image is reprinted on the inside of the lid with 25 footnotes, which point out all the interesting things to discover in the puzzle and the meaning behind them.
The puzzle is based on the Salvador Dalí House-Museum in Portlligat, Spain, where Dalí lived and worked from 1930 to 1982. The house is open to the public.
- 1000 Pieces
- Size: 48,5 x 65cm