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Massive 32,000 piece jigsaw puzzle with high quality and sturdy pieces
Bright and colourful retrospect of Keith Haring’s artwork
Holds the Guinness World Record for the largest commercially available jigsaw puzzle
Puzzle measures 544 x 192cm when complete
Made from strong premium grade cardboard,with linen finish print to minimise glare on puzzle image
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sotv#1
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mega1978#2
OMG it's big
tommyt#3
Nice

time to make that extension I was thinking about!
creberabanned 10 Likes #4
Customers buy this item with Peppa Pig 4-in-1 Jigsaw Puzzles in a Box (4/6/9/16 Pieces)

Peppa pig puzzle must be the warm up before this bad boy!
xstevo99#5
give it a few months and there will be loads in every charity shop hahahaha
jonny619447suspended#6
Why would you? oO
Kimbrehhh 10 Likes #7
FINALLY i can put the jigsaw room to use
samuelsmith87 2 Likes #8
Puzzling!
Russ2626#10
xstevo99
give it a few months and there will be loads in every charity shop hahahaha

Each with a few pieces missing :p
daddylanc#11
Want, but wife would kill me if I spent £100 quid on a Jigsaw.
Mikeum#12
it is essentially 32 1000 piece puzzles that fit together

still cool though

i imagine the white borders are hard to do
Rubisco#13
Why are they making little holes in the jigsaw and filling them in again?

Where are the extra green pieces lying by her backside coming from?
Monaco Blue 1 Like #14

Instead of reading that articlr got distracted by the 'Anthea kicks out Grant' headline...
Kapitein#15
Cold... not the lowest it has been.
blackspaven#16
Would love this apart from a) the size, b) the cost, and c) the nightmare judging by the mass of plain same colour parts!! oO
alababaju#17
Mikeum
it is essentially 32 1000 piece puzzles that fit together

still cool though

i imagine the white borders are hard to do

I was about to go; this puzzle is not that difficult after all, before I remebered that it's delivered in 8 bags, so sorting out each of the 8 bags into 4 sets would be difficult as well, So it's kinda like eight 4000 piece puzzles. I had this puzzle in my wish list for a few months before I removed it, when interest cooled. You're right on the white probably being hard to do, all the other single color clusters as well.
alababaju#18
Personally I would prefer the Educa 24000 piece puzzle if I was looking for an ernomous puzzle. It doesn't have as much similar coloured pieces like the Ravensburger 32000. The problem is it's ~£80 more expensive!, at the moment that is, it flunctuates quite a bit. With the price at the moment though, I would have probably gone for it if I was home.
deeky 2 Likes #19
Rubisco
Why are they making little holes in the jigsaw and filling them in again?

Where are the extra green pieces lying by her backside coming from?

http://i867.photobucket.com/albums/ab238/deek72uk/inspectorclouseau001.jpg
guildwarschamp 2 Likes #20
Believe me this is no easy feat, bought this from Firebox.com a fair few months ago now and frustrating doesn't come close, even in a huge living room it was a struggle to build so built a marquee in the garden, made a wooden base to build the puzzle on and 27 days later built but to my astonishment there were 2 pieces missing oO. Great for killing boredom but beware you really do need space for this gigantic puzzle, if you have to move furniture to build this then it's not for you for the sheer amount of time it takes to construct. Hint build the white border that houses each picture first it's much easy trying to do it using this method rather than building the pictures 1 by 1

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