Viva la Vida 1000 Piece Puzzle

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Puzzle your way through eeBoo’s Viva La Vida 1000 Piece Puzzle, an homage to Frida Kahlo, illustrated by Petra Braun (@petrabraunillustration). Jigsaw puzzles are a great activity for the whole family to enjoy.


I was a child who went about in a world of colors… My friends, my companions, became women slowly; I became old in instants.” - Frida Kahlo

  • Full color insert
  • Puzzle: 23" x 23" inches finished
  • Box: 11" x 11" x 2"
  • Glossy, sturdy pieces and minimal puzzle dust
  • Made with Recycled Materials, Vegetable Based Inks, and FSC®-certified paper

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About the artist

Petra Braun lives in the Austrian countryside with her husband and two cats, surrounded by woods and rivers. She has a soft spot for all animals, loves to drink tea while reading, and walking and hiking in nature. Drawing has always been a passion of hers, and she loves to include stories, biographies, and mythologies in her work.
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Customer Reviews

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B.O.
Weird & Wonderful

This puzzle is so strange and beautiful I absolutely loved it. The colors are gorgeous, and the graphics were so compelling that I looked up Frida to understand the iconography and it was fascinating! The artist did such a wonderful job incorporating the many details of Frida’s inspiring and fascinating life into the design. I hope Eeboo makes more puzzle designs by this artist, and with such lovely, studied focus on the details of singular important women.

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Mel Knox
The building top left?

What is it??
I kept thinking there was a piece missing but I was wrong. It was that I had misaligned some pieces etc
Having been to her home twice, I understood everything but the building in the top left. What is it??

Hi Mel, The house in the top left is a twin home and studio she shared with Diego Rivera. It was designed by Rivera's friend Juan O’Gorman, who was a painter and architect. Here is a great article that explains a bit more about the building: https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/museo-casa-estudio-diego-rivera-y-frida-kahlo Let us know if you have any questions! Best, Katie at eeBoo

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Sarina Seaton
Fun puzzle but too glossy

I enjoyed putting the puzzle together but would have enjoyed it so much more had I been able to enjoy looking at the colors instead of struggling to see past the glare of the glossy finish. The pieces put together fine. My other half said it doesn’t look like her and this is true of course. Usually that would bother me because of the subject matter that’s been so commercialized but it was cute and I enjoyed the references from the different life periods.

Hi Sarina, Thank you so much for your feedback on the Viva la Vida puzzle! We take customer satisfaction very seriously and will pass these comments on to our design and production team. We track all quality feedback extremely closely; if you'd like, please go to eeboo.com/form to let us know more about your experience and how we can improve your puzzling experience in the future! Best, Katie at eeBoo

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Melissa Jereczek
Beautiful, High Quality Puzzle!

I really enjoyed working on this puzzle! The artwork was fun, colorful and interesting and I loved discovering all the little details within the puzzle. The pieces fit together seamlessly, they are thick and high quality, and there was minimal puzzle dust left on the table. I love this company and can't wait to enjoy more of their puzzles!