Learn about the states of Australia as you piece together this beautiful 100 piece puzzle from Blue Opal. Even use the Australian map puzzle pieces as drawing templates. Total Pieces: 100, Size when complete: 40cm round.
Featuring 19 reptiles, birds and animals of the Australian rainforest. Piece together 300 quality jigsaw pieces to reveal some of Australia's best known creatures of the wild and see how many you can identify (guide printed on the back of pack).
Featuring 19 native birds and animals of the Australian. Stunning artwork by Garry Fleming, with an educational panel on the box, naming each Australian bird and animal. Total jigsaw pieces: 300
Australian Geographic - Stunning wildlife paintings by Ego Guitto from the iconic magazine's favourite covers. Puzzle features a baby Koala clutching its mother on a Red Gum branch of the Australian forest.
Australian Geographic - Stunning wildlife paintings by Ego Guitto from the iconic magazine's favourite covers. Puzzle features a Yellow-Footed Rock Wallaby in the Australian bush.
A Giant Down Under Puzzle that features 100's of fascinating facts about Australia and New Zealand. Contains 300 large, kid-edition pieces and a bonus poster. Size: 90X60cm
Thousands of miniature photographs combine to make one awesome portrait! Simply amazing. The photomosaic™ concept is a descendent of ancient time mosaics. Mosaics, one of the oldest forms of surface decoration, date back to the 3rd-4th millennium BC. Mosaics take on a painted effect by forming pictures or patterns from compositions of small pieces of various coloured materials (glass, stone, ceramics, metals, etc). The most well known mosaics were produced during the Byzantine Empire (4th to the 6th century) in Ravenna, Italy. Today, in the age of computers, mosaics have taken on a new form. In 1995 Rob Silvers utilised computers to combine thousands of photographs to make digital mosaics. You are invited to experience the brilliant digital artwork of Rob Silvers through The Photomosaic™ Jigsaw Puzzles. Size:70X49cm