Spiegelworld Jigsaw Puzzle

Depicting the image from the front doors of Spiegelworld’s Circus Automaton by Mark Ogge, this jigsaw puzzle contains 1,000 hand-cut wooden pieces with shapes including a kraken and the Spiegelworld Secret Society symbol.

Steve Richardson’s devotion to puzzle making has transformed the idea of the jigsaw puzzle from a very simple diversion into a highly expressive, entertaining and exasperating art form. The mastermind and “Chief Tormentor” behind Stave Puzzles, widely considered “the Rolls Royce of wooden jigsaw puzzles,” Richardson has been handcrafting diabolically difficult puzzles, often with (purposely) missing pieces or other tricks designed to confound, since 1974.

Meticulously hand-cut from the finest cherry wood, his one of a kind creations are collected and treasured as unique and precious heirlooms.

More ArtWork

  • OutKast

    A renowned portrait photographer, Calmer is celebrated for his unmatched creativity and clever wit. With an uncanny ability to transform even the simplest concepts into captivating imagery, Matthias is recognized for his creative compositions that leave your jaw on the floor. Careful research and intuition is behind his success in capturing the essence of rock […]

    Read More
  • Octopus

    Melbourne artist Mark Ogge lives and works in an old church in Clunes, in country Victoria. He was the first artist commissioned by Spiegelworld, creating an entrance archway mural in 2006. Mark has long been fascinated by the iconography of the circus and fairground, exploring the dichotomy between enchantment and disillusionment.

    Read More