No Ordinary Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle by PuzzleUp is no ordinary puzzle not because it is made out of wood. It is because, it has the most irregular pieces you have ever seen. So much so that you will not find two exact same pieces.

No Ordinary Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle by PuzzleUp

The result is a very perplexing wooden jigsaw puzzle that is durable and challenging. And it is fun too – thanks to the hidden small objects, such as the silhouette of the Statue of Liberty, in each set of jigsaw puzzle.

Each set has 12 hidden small objects that serve as a mini game of sort trying to hunt them down. And it does not end there. Or should I say, the fun does not end when you complete the puzzle. There is augmented reality (AR) in the mix too.

No Ordinary Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle by PuzzleUp

When all is done, you can use AR to interact with the finished art. Though the company did no disclose how, saying that it wants to surprise its backers of the product.

Rounding up the package is an adhesive tape that lets you hold all the pieces together permanently and stick it on a wall as a wall art. No framing required.

No Ordinary Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle by PuzzleUp

Altogether, No Ordinary Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle by PuzzleUp has 4 series, 7 designs in each series and has anywhere between 167-455 pieces in each set. The themes include art, attractions, nature and space and includes design like Earth, Moon, Mars, the Grand Canyon, Fjords, the Golden Gate Bridge, Taj Mahal, and famous painting like The Scream, Mona Lisa and Meisje met de parel.

No Ordinary Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle by PuzzleUp

Three sizes are being offered: small which has 167 pieces and measures 30 cm, and medium and hard that has 388 pieces (40 cm) and 455 pieces (50 cm), respectively.

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You can find No Ordinary Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle by PuzzleUp on Kickstarter where a pledge of US$29-59 per set will secure a set of your choice.

No Ordinary Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle by PuzzleUp

All images courtesy of EnjoyTheWood.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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