Hollywood by Renato Casaro - 1000 Pieces
Renato Casaro is an Italian artist well known for his movie posters. Conan the Barbarian, Octopussy, Quadrophenia and The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen (to name a few) have all benefitted from Casaro's attentions. So Casaro is very well placed to create his personal love letter to Hollywood, featuring over 100 characters from famous films.
This makes this puzzle a great conversation piece when completing with children, teens and tweens. You can discuss your favourite movie stars and the films you rate, whilst constructing the characters. The back of the box has a key which names all 124 stars that appear (to their corresponding number and position). Though you won't need any help with your favourites. Rambo. Marilyn Monroe. Cary Grant. Elvis. It is an eclectic and far ranging selection. Star Wars and Batman. Maleficent and Mary Poppins. All brought together by Hollywood.
Provides an engaging challenge for any jigsaw loving family. Bring everyone together (and command the kitchen table). Don't stop enjoying jigsaws with your child just because they are growing up, upgrade your jigsaw!
The completed puzzle measures: 493 mm x 693 mm.
Manufacturer suggests suitable for 12 years +. We would suggest it is ideal for keen tween and teen puzzlers, with some help from the older folk.
Manufactured to Schmidt’s premium quality 6 Star-Quality.
Why they'll love itA big enough challenge for everyone at home to join in with. Great for lazy Sundays or as a pleasingly slow entertainment over the school holidays.
Experience the satisfaction of finding just the right piece for just the right place.
The premium quality of this product make it a pleasure to complete. The puzzle pieces are smooth-edged, well fitting and extra thick. Schmidt make fantastic puzzles.
Why you'll love itGreat for problem solving, shape recognition and honing motor skills, whatever the age of the puzzler.
Relaxing yet stimulating. Give the old grey matter an enjoyable workout.
A great unplugged gift. Tempt the tweens and teens away from the screens.