Otto Iram is a self-taught visual artist based in Toulouse, France. Using a combination of painting and collage, Otto Iram’s playful work is created in a spontaneous manner. From making his own palette of papers that he paints with bright, bold colours, to loosely cutting geometric forms, nothing is pre-planned. Each piece unfolds as these shapes and colours are created, arranged and rearranged one on top of another until a harmonious composition emerges. This layering technique creates a wonderful depth to his work with faint shadows highlighting each form.
This 1000 piece, 25" (63.5 cm) square puzzle features a collage titled Bric-à-brac, which captures Otto Iram’s ability to create a complex composition that is as refined as it is playful. All with a sense of ease and light-heartedness that is characteristic of his work.
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 Otto Iram and his 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