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Fred Puzzles 500 Pieces

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Fred is here to help you find your inner piece. We've joined forces with talented artists from around the globe to create a dynamic collection of jigsaw puzzles that add some modern flair to this classic pastime. Our selection of original artworks are unique and exciting, and you're guaranteed to find one that is a perfect fit!

The Fred Artist Series includes a variety of 500 and 1000 piece puzzles - all made to the highest quality standards. Each 2mm thick ribbon-cut puzzle is made of 90% recycled material, and printed with soy-based inks with an anti-glare finish. Packed with minimal dust, the puzzles include a reference insert tucked into each sturdy and attractive box.



Meet the artist!

Emily Blincoe is a photographer born and raised in Austin, Texas. She finds inspiration in faces, new places, shapes, colors, light and quiet little moments. Most days you can find her wandering in the tall grass somewhere between Austin and Nashville with her dogs Eleanor and Gus Gus.



Mary Kate McDevitt is an illustrator and letterer living and working in Philadelphia, PA. Since 2010, she has worked with clients like Target, The New York Times, Fox, and Penguin Books to create colourful, vintage inspired illustrations and lettering. She is also author to her books Hand Lettering Ledger, Illustration Workshop and Every Day is Epic. When Mary Kate is not in her studio, she teaches workshops and hosts events at her shop. On the weekend, you can find Mary Kate in her garden, or working on a house project, walking the historic streets of Philadelphia, thrifting, and hanging out with her cats, Peppy Mew Mew and GC and her old dog Fritz. 



Somewhere between his childhood in (very) rural Pennsylvania, to getting his MFA from The Savannah College of Art and Design, Dan Saelinger picked up a Hasselblad camera. Raised in the era of MTV and 8 bit video games he is drawn to all things graphic and colorful. He went to New York City to work as a photographer. After a decade, Dan moved to Portland to open his full-service studio, where he directs complex creative campaigns and captures them in unforgettable visuals.

His work is featured in a wide range of national magazines and advertising campaigns, including Target, Amazon, Google and Nickelodeon. Dan was named one of The Art Directors Club’s Young Guns in 2009. He has been recognized by American Photography, Communication Arts, Graphics, Photo District News, The Society of Publication Designers, and The American Society of Magazine Editors.

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