Frank Lloyd Wright is famous for his vast portfolio of modern architectural feats like Fallingwater and the Guggenheim. But not many know that the artist applied his talents to other creative endeavors as well. From 1926 to 1927, the American architect was commissioned by Liberty magazine to design the covers for each monthly issue. Although these pieces were rejected by the publisher for being too "radical," they were kept in Wright's archive. Later on, in 1973, one of the pieces from this collection was chosen as the design for a stained glass window to decorate the Arizona Biltmore during its reconstruction.
Now, Galison is also giving new life to this striking art deco-style piece. The Saguaro Cactus and Forms jigsaw puzzle features a colorful, abstract design replete with bold lines and different geometric forms. The completed puzzle is made up of 1,054 pieces, many of which feature a brilliant gold foil that heightens the splendor of the design. It also comes with an informational insert about Wright and the image inside the decorative box.
Treat yourself to this gorgeous gilded puzzle as a creative wind-down activity, or wrap it up as a gift for the architecture buff in your life.
- The Saguaro Cactus and Forms jigsaw features 1,054 foil-stamped puzzle pieces.
- When completed, the puzzle measures 20 x 27 inches (508 x 687mm).
- The box includes a foil-stamped lid and contains an informational insert about Frank Lloyd Wright and the image.
Galison makes stationery, gifts, and puzzles that bring art into everyday life.