Dowdle Folk Art's Brooklyn Bridge 1000-Piece Puzzle celebrates America's will to make the impossible possible.
Building a bridge that connected Manhattan to Brooklyn was impossible, unthinkable even, but not for John Roebling. Inspired by his experience when his ferryboat got stuck in the middle of the river because of ice, Roebling saw this as a worthy challenge and began preparations. Brilliant at civil engineering, he had designed and successfully built smaller suspension bridges all around America, helping his cause to convince others about the benefits for building over the East River. After thirteen years of many struggles and drawbacks, The Brooklyn Bridge was finished on May 24, 1883. Today, it stands both as an icon of the New York skyline and a testament of America’s will in tackling the impossible, no matter what the obstacle. The bridge is one of America’s oldest and spans over a mile long and is a hub for many locals and tourists alike. See which of Eric’s classic Easter eggs you can find like Wendy the goose and New York’s giant pizza slices.
Majestically standing day and night over the East River in New York is the Brooklyn Bridge. Once thought to be impossible it now stands as a testament of America's will in tackling the impossible. Discover the Brooklyn Bridge, one piece at a time, in Eric's folk art puzzle.
Dowdle Jigsaw Puzzles are a great gift for the puzzle fanatic and lover of folk art. These are high quality puzzles of the places you love the most. There are several options to choose from cities to national parks, children's themes, sports, military, and holidays. Find the jigsaw puzzle that's right for you and your loved ones. Discover the world through the eyes of renowned folk artist Eric Dowdle, known for his gift of capturing the character and traditions of each place he visits. Experience the personality and charm of these historic and scenic places with a high quality jigsaw puzzle.