Three great puzzles that symbolize “together”.
Keyring – After completion of this puzzle, by dutch designer Oskar, the words “Key” and “Ring” should be properly lined up with each other. If you try to put the pieces back together without lining up the words correctly, you will have failed even after achieving what appears at first to be a successful matching. It should read “Key Ring” even when upside down. The key word is “pair.”
Harmony – The “G clef” and “eighth note” intertwine and give off a beautiful note as if they’re playing music. The design, which does not resemble a puzzle at first glance, is beautiful to the eye as well as fun. Theme: “Playing music” Designed by Russian Dmitry Pevitskiy and Kirill Grebnev.
Radix – The Radix is a puzzle known for both its monumental looks and somewhat organic styling and movement. The entire unit gives off an air of antique wisdom, the pieces joined at the base in chaotic harmony. The name comes from the mathematical term, ‘radical axis,’ and also means root in Latin. The innovative concept that it is, you might even be tempted to call it ‘radical.’ Whatever you call it, have fun. The key word here is ‘sprout.’ Yamamoto 2005.
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