Ravensburger celebrates British puzzle artists at AIS Show this week

Ravensburger is showcasing its vast rang of British puzzles, depicting iconic landmarks, buildings and eccentricities that make British life unique at the AIS Show taking place this week.

Images from British artists and agencies feature among Ravensburger’s extensive puzzle portfolio this year, with more than 80 per cent of its adult puzzles range made in the UK, in the firm’s Oxfordshire offices.

Heading up the development of Ravensburger’s adult puzzle range is Sarah Stevens, who boasts more than 35 years’ experience in the toy industry.

With more than 250 puzzles in the range to choose from, and over 100 new developments and additions to the range every year, Ravensburger’s selection of adult puzzles range from 100-piece puzzles specifically developed for adults with limited dexterity, to the world’s biggest jigsaw puzzle, measuring 680 x 192cm and cut into 40,320 pieces.

“Celebrating Ravensburger’s unique and deep-rooted British heritage at this year’s AIS Show, is sure to be a thought-provoking example of how puzzles can seamlessly be injected into any lifestyle and home setting,” said the firm via a press release.

“Get up close and personal with 20 British artists, their backgrounds and specialities and discover the fantastic puzzle ranges they are responsible for bringing to life each season. From highly-detailed illustrated artwork to computer generated compositions and uniquely styled photographs, the real value lays in the diversity and collectability of Ravensburger’s jigsaw puzzle ranges.”

What’s more, Ravensburger is offering AIS Show attendees the chance to win an Afternoon Tea for two on the B-Bakery Sightseeing Tour around London.

“Whether you are an active hobbyist, an occasional puzzler or simply dip in and out of puzzling, be sure to visit Ravensburger’s Best of British Puzzle Showcase at the AIS Show this year,” concluded Ravensburger.

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