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Kodak Retails ‘World’s Largest Jigsaw Puzzle’ With 51,300 Pieces To Get You Busy
By Mikelle Leow, 17 Apr 2020
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Days are suddenly stretching longer than usual, now that much of the world is staying in to fend off the coronavirus. As the need to stay relaxed becomes more important than ever, people are going back to the basics with pasttimes like cooking, reading and turning to coloring books.
Kodak’s version of an at-home activity takes things to a whole new level. The camera-focused company is the proud creator of “The World’s Largest Jigsaw Puzzle” comprising vibrant photos of the “27 wonders of the world” amounting to a total of 51,300 pieces. Cool cool cool.
The puzzle, created in partnership with arts and crafts company Cra-Z-Art, features international landmarks like the Colosseum in Italy, the Taj Mahal in India, Mount Fuji in Japan, the Tower Bridge in London, and the New York skyline. Now that traveling isn’t possible, building these travel highlights might be your closest bet.
Each wonder of the world boasts 1,900 pieces. When fully pieced together, the puzzle measures at 28.5 by 6.25-foot and weighs 40.8 pounds.
The puzzle will set you back US$500.99, but that might be the price one has to pay to have the whole world in their hands.
If 51,300 pieces are too much, you can start easy with Kodak’s other jigsaw puzzles, such as this 1,000-piece puzzle of old buildings and tulips in Amsterdam and this 1,500-piece puzzle of US national parks.
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