A Winter Stroll (1000)
1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
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The seasons have changed for Ted and his loyal pups, but that doesn’t stop them from making their morning stroll through the village. The snow-covered street is full of the joys of the season as Ted passes through and the children are busy having a snowball fight before climbing aboard the bus to school.
As with all Gibsons jigsaws, we use 100% recycled puzzle board, FSC paper and work with the best artists from all around the world. The beautifully illustrated pieces are designed to fit perfectly together; in fact, we use the thickest puzzle board on the market. Everyone loves a Gibsons jigsaw, even Her Majesty the Queen has been spotted with one.
We’ve made some positive changes to our processes, so you can be sure you’re getting the same great puzzles and know they are kinder to the environment. Not only does the box have a fresh new look, but we’ve used biodegradable clear labels to secure the lid instead of shrink wrap, reducing our plastic waste. We use vegetable-based inks too. The gloss coating on the box gives extra protection and the puzzle pieces are stored in a plastic bag that can be recycled by most councils.
Because the box is slightly smaller than our previous designs, we need less room to transport our products which reduces our carbon footprint and means you can store your puzzles more easily. We have also popped an artwork poster inside for you to reference whilst you piece together your lovely jigsaw puzzle.
About the artist Steve Crisp
Artist, Steve Crisp was educated around the late seventies at St. Martins School of Art, London and at a time when many young students were graduating from college with new styles and ideas. He is a fine example of someone who has gone on from that period to become a well-established, internationally known, award winning illustrator.
He has a large and diverse catalogue of work especially from the eighties and nineties, many of which have become collector’s pieces.
Steve has managed to adapt well to the changing needs of illustration especially with the introduction of digital techniques ten years or so ago.