Hey there! Welcome to the world of Le Puzz. We love jigsaw puzzles! We collect them, we do them with friends and family, we give them away and trade them when we’re finished. We especially love collecting vintage puzzles from the 60s, 70s and 80s with an odd sense of humor. We love old puzzle box illustrations, silly copy, weird jigsaw shapes and of course interesting images. There really isn't anything like that feeling of finishing a puzzle and running you hand over it, then trying to pick it up off the table in one piece. We started Le Puzz with all of this in mind and set out to create a puzzle experience that we thought was fun and we hope you enjoy as well. Join us as we get lost, zone out, look for edge pieces, make a snack, laugh, focus and hopefully find our inner piece.
What are Random Cut Puzzles?
Most puzzles are either ribbon cut or random cut. A ribbon cut puzzle is cut in a fairly even grid with a few different piece shapes. Random cut puzzles look like a tangle of vines with pieces darting off in all directions. We enjoy a challenge and we wanted to make sure that each of our puzzle pieces were truly unique shapes. In order to do this we painstakingly hand drew each puzzle dieline for our 500 and 1000 piece puzzles. Each dieline goes through a series of quality control measures to ensure that the pieces fit snugly and nothing is loose.
500 Piece Extra Thick Pieces
There is nothing more frustrating than a thin, flimsy puzzle that won't stay together while you’re working on it. Together with our manufacturer, we developed an extra thick 500 piece puzzle which is reminiscent of some of our favorite vintage puzzle finds. The pieces fit snug and (although we can't guarantee it) with a little skill and a little luck we hope that you will be able to pick up the puzzle in one piece once completed, making it easy to transport or flip over and frame. We hope to bring this level of thickness to our 1000 piece puzzles one day.
Earth Friendly Materials
Another thing we love about puzzles is that they are a mostly paper product. We try to limit the amount of plastic that we use in both the production and distribution of each puzzle. We use FSA approved paper sources for our puzzles which means all of the paper we use comes from sustainable forests. We have also provided a resealable bag that can be used again and again.
For every puzzle that we sell LePuzz will donate $1 to the Boys and Girls Club of America - although we may choose different organizations over time.
Who Are We?
We’re Alistair Matthews and Michael Hunter, just two silly friends trying to make something fun. Alistiar likes to collect tiny objects, has a cat named Scotty and takes beautiful photos. Michael is a dad that likes dad jokes, writes copy and sometimes paints paintings. Together we love puzzles and thought it would be fun to try and make our own incorporating a bunch of things we love the most about jigsaw puzzles.