Amanda Jane Jones is a graphic designer, illustrator, and art director based in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Her work is playful, bold, and graceful, using a language of clean lines and forms, punctuated with punches of colour.
This 1000 piece, 25" (63.5 cm) square puzzle, titled Anni, is named after the German-American textile artist Anni Albers, whose pioneering work in weaving has been a source of inspiration for Amanda’s illustrations. Like Albers, Amanda creates striking visual designs by layering and interlocking contrasting elements. With a strong graphic sensibility, Anni is a patchwork playfield that uses simple shapes and patterns coloured in a refined palette to create a lively sense of movement.
The difficulty level of this puzzle is low-medium. The large variety of colours and patterns makes for quick sorting and a thoroughly enjoyable puzzle to assemble.
To learn more about Amanda and her work, you can read our article and interview here.
pieces : 1000
size : 25" x 25" (63.5 x 63.5 cm) square
difficulty : 2 / 5