Print Club X Luckies Artist Puzzles

Aren't we 'lucky' (excuse the pun), to have the uber cool artist collection of Print Club X Luckies London - Artist Edition 500 Piece Puzzles now in stock!

Print Club London is an online gallery and screen printing workshop at the vanguard of vibrant East London creativity and Luckies are inventors of legendary gifts like the Scratch Map in their West London design studio. Together they have collaborated to create a collection or Artist Edition Puzzles.

There are currently five puzzles in the collection - Let's Go Get Lost depicting the isle of Manhattan, Around and About London a bird's eye view of the city, the tropical plant paradise that is the Barbican Conservatory and two gorgeous graphic tigers with messages of empowerment. Each puzzle is presented in a cotton drawstring bag and the finished puzzle size is 24" x 18". The puzzle boxes are as stylish as the puzzles and include a interesting bio on each of the artists featured, making them even more giftable.


These tiger puzzles are by artist Jacqueline Colley, an Illustrator and Pattern Designer based in East London. She specialises in creating explorable and playful illustrations and has worked across editorial, product, packaging and set design. Jacqueline’s illustrations often cover the realms of travel and curiosity and are the perfect themes to express her love of colour, pattern and typography. This jigsaw puzzle features work from her ongoing Typographic series exploring type and print making.


This one - Barbican Conservatory, is by artist Lucille Clerc, a French, London-based illustrator whose work is mainly handcrafted, from drawing to printing. She set up her studio at Print Club London after graduating from Central Saint Martins and works mainly within the field of editorial design and illustration. She has worked for prestigious clients including Fortnum & Mason and Farrow & Ball, as well as exhibiting her work across Europe.

This one, Let's Go Get Lost is by screen print artist Dave Buonaguidi. He works with found images and materials, pushing the boundaries of screen printing in new ways. He’s printed with pheromones, sprinkles, copper and just about anything else he can find. Dave uses the techniques of advertising, pairing found objects with bold slogans to challenge the viewer.

This one - Around and About in London, is by artist Clare Halifax and features Claire's home town London - she focuses on cityscapes, landscape, botanicals and animals. Design, pattern and colour, play an important part in her work, adding depth and decoration to create a unique overall effect. Claire's clients have included Liberty’s, V&A Museum and the Tate.

So grab your favourites while you can! We are always searching for perfect puzzles to add to our Contemporary Puzzle Collection - puzzles are such a great source of calm and mindfulness and they're even better when they look good enough to frame - like these from Print Club London X Luckies London.

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February 10, 2021 — Katharine Thorley
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