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Jigsaw Puzzles Health Benefits, they help to improve mental health and to connect with others.

Why puzzle?

To improve mental health

Puzzles will help you to de-stress, increase productivity, improve memory, improve problem solving skills and more. It's a full brain exercise. Read more to understand how puzzles can help you flourish here.

Jigsaw Journal

Meet Mokshini

Meet Mokshini

Mokshini is a creative force known for her vibrant and diverse expressions across various disciplines. Mokshini finds inspiration in urban landscapes and quirky personalities, infusing her artwork with wit and sophistication. Themes of womanhood, fashion, and daily life in the city reoccur in her work, but one common thread seen throughout is that she loves to create relatable imagery that is joyous and uplifting. As a storyteller at heart, Mokshini infuses her work with satire and whimsy, adding layers of humour and imagination to captivate her audience.
Meet Emma

Meet Emma

New Zealand artist Emma is passionate about creating quirky illustrations using colour and botanicals with a strong sense of femininity. Emma enjoys experimenting with different mixed media including acrylic and oils and drawing inspiration from the female form and florals.
PieceHouse Post

PieceHouse Post

Introducing our first issue of PieceHouse Post, featuring an exclusive interview with Karen Walker, all about the amazingness of puzzles, a spotlight on some incredible New Zealand artists and much more! 

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