Famous Felines (1000)
Pimlada Phuapradit has always found the process of making art to be an endless journey of fun experiments. What could be more purr-fect that immortalising these litter-ary greats, hiss-torial figures and altogether paw-some kitties in jigsaw puzzle form?
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Famous Felines is part of our range of design-led jigsaw puzzles especially for adults. With the recent wave of young adults wanting to take a ‘digital detox’ and refrain from using their digital devices that can sometimes take over everyday life, puzzling is becoming a popular pastime as it is an excellent way to relieve stress and focus on the present moment. Now available in 13 quirky designs, the White Logo Collection is perfect for the new wave of puzzlers who are looking for more contemporary designs rather than traditional puzzle scenes.
Designed and manufactured in the UK from the thickest board available on the jigsaw puzzle market, the new puzzles are made from 100% recycled board and are presented in compact boxes to reduce unnecessary cardboard waste. Additionally, the puzzles are secured with paper tabs instead of shrink wrap to avoid excess plastic waste, adhering to our goal to reduce our carbon footprint.
ABOUT THE ARTIST: Pimlada Phuapradit
Pimlada is an illustrator based in Thailand. She has loved to draw ever since she was a young child and her earliest memory of drawing was when she drew her pet dogs and tried to capture their movements through quick sketches. At an early age, she found the process of making art to be an endless journey of fun experiments. She knew that she wanted to create art for a living, so studied Textile Designs at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Australia, before returning to Bangkok where she worked as a knitwear and freelance surface designer. She went on to study illustration in New York and received MFA (Illustration as Visual Essay) from the School of Visual Arts in 2011. Pimlada now works as a surface pattern designer and illustrator in Bangkok. She loves studying the decorative details of architecture, antique objects and vintage posters. She usually starts her design and illustration process with researching on the topic and selecting a colour palette. Then she tries different compositions and layouts by sketching small thumbnails on paper. Next, she develops the chosen layout into a descriptive drawing before scanning it on to the computer and colours the artwork digitally.
Made from thick, durable board that is 100% recycled.