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Series 6

Peace Frogs

What's this?

A mini-puzzle collaboration with illustrator artist Alice Oher! The perfect little puzzle for small spaces, bogs, lily pads and swamps. Ribbit Ribbit!

81 pieces

Random cut — every piece different than the next!

How big?

Completed, the mini puzzles are 9" in diameter.
The mini box is 7.25 x 4.5 x 2 inches.

What's in the box?

81 pieces, a reusable resealable bag, bonus double-sided fold-out poster.

The paper pulp used to create all Le Puzz puzzles is earth friendly and harvested from a sustainably managed forest.

The paper pulp used to create all Le Puzz puzzles is earth friendly and harvested from a sustainably managed forest.

Making Meaning, Making Peace

Is peace attainable? Is life's purpose to look for something that seems just out of reach? a journey that never resolves? a path that evolves and just becomes more complex as it goes? Will the act of looking for something manifest into finding it. And if you can't find it as you imagined you would, perhaps it would be better if you just made it up for yourself? In making peace ourselves we become the evidence of something, a mark, a reminder. We will discover that peace isn’t something that can always be pointed to. But then again, maybe we shouldn’t be pointing in the first place? A sign of peace points in two directions, no clear way forward, yet, no wrong path and no wrong answers. If you’re looking for it, it will seek you out, a mirror to the journey. In doing so, we make meaning, we make peace.

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A fly a fly is flying by Free to fly and catch my eye The little fly they’re meant to be Fly on fly friend fly on so free

Our puzzle die lines are hand drawn in-house and feature many silly shaped pieces. There are big ones and small ones, short ones and and tall ones but we promise no gemini edge pieces.

Alice Oehr is an artist and designer from Melbourne. Her distinct, colourful style incorporates a love of food, pattern, collage and drawing. She draws both for work and for fun, which has led her to teaching, speaking and writing on the subject. Her commercial work is sought-after by local and international clients and has appeared in numerous books as well as on textiles, homewares and large-scale installations. She has author-illustrated five of her own books and exhibited her print-making work in various group & solo exhibitions.