New Gibson Puzzles Jul 2014

Gibson is releasing more new puzzles in July. Here’s a first look.  These are not yet on Amazon.



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First is a Christmas puzzle called “Midnight Delivery” by artist Steve Crisp, 1000 pieces. This image is one that was released by Falcon a few years ago and has been modified. But this is such a wonderful puzzle image, and the colors on the Falcon were a bit dull.  I’m looking forward to seeing Gibson’s version.  Note that this is NOT Gibson’s limited edition Christmas puzzle for 2014.  We already blogged about their limited edition puzzle here.

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Next up is “Dayton’s Garage”, 1000 pieces, by Hiro Tanikawa.  This is a nostalgia puzzle with lots of small details.


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“Cambridge” by Richard Harpum, 1000 pieces, is a bucolic university scene.

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“The Little Treasures” by artist John Francis, 1000 pieces, offers bright color and small detail.


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“Postman’s Round 2” by Trevor Mitchell, 2x 500 pieces.   The original “The Postman’s Round” was a 4×500 piece (4 puzzles with 500 pieces each in the same box) that was very popular.  You can see the original 4×500 here.  This is a sequel of sorts, with only 2 500 piece puzzles in this set.  Already ordered!

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“Downton Abbey”, 1000 pieces.  This is a photo collage puzzle, as you can see, based on the hit TV show “Downton Abbey”.

All in all, a nice new set of releases from Gibson!

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