There's a lot to take in when you Travel Around Art - currently the world's largest puzzle.
If you are looking for a little inspiration to take on your next puzzling challenge, look no further than Jack Brait's completion of the largest puzzle in the world, Travel Around Art.
Unveiled on July 9th at the Marshfield Boys and Girls Club, the world's largest puzzle has 54,000 pieces and took Jack a mere 34 days and 191 hours to complete. To put things into perspective, the largest puzzle dimensions are 28.35 feet long by 6.69 feet high.
Quite an amazing feat and nice of Jack to share his puzzle bug with the Boys and Girls Club. It's never too early to introduce young ones to the joys, trials, and tribulations of puzzling along with art appreciation.
If you look closely, you might spy a few popular images from our Fine Art Masterpieces collection.
Check it out herefor your next foray into the art world.
You can see more of the unveiling event here: World's largest puzzle completed by Marshfield's Jack Brait (wickedlocal.com)
Sources: Wicked Local - Robin Chan