- Box size: 12" x 12" x 2"
- Puzzle size: 23" Diameter
- Winner of the Oppenheim Best Toy Award- Platinum
On January 21, 2017, the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration, over 4 million people in the United States marched in what became likely the largest single-day protest in American history. At the 2017 Women's March, a diverse group of individuals gathered to stand for equality, justice, and tolerance.
To celebrate the Women's March on Washington, eeBoo has collaborated with illustrator Jennifer Orkin Lewis (@AugustWren) on a commemorative 500 Piece Round Puzzle.
Featuring a quote by Gloria Steinem from the march: "We are linked, we are not ranked, and this is a day that will change us forever because we are together, each of us individually and collectively will never be the same again."
Having participated in the Women's march in my community, this was a fun puzzle to do and remind me of a day of solidarity for women. The puzzle is a lot of fun and has a many hidden treasures. There are some celebrated women and men hidden here and there. Some of the signs are cheeky and the pink hats are pretty nice. Each woman participating in the march is unique and has a style of her own. Great Puzzle.
I really loved this puzzle! My best friend got it for me for Christmas and I was beyond excited! I definitely agree that this is a more challenging 500 piece puzzle. It was by far the most difficult 500 piece puzzle I've done. Part of the problem is you just can't stop staring at all the little details ;) Serisouly though, I loved looking at all the different women (and men) the artist created and the famous faces she snuck in too. I spent way to much time just staring at all the different pieces. Even the protest signs were perfect! I was in Washington for the Women's March so this puzzle brought up a lot of great and powerful memories. I love eeBoo as a brand and now I can say with certainty that the puzzles exceed the hype!
Sweet Dreams and Happy Puzzling!
Tougher than other 500 piece puzzles yet so fulfilling.
I did this puzzle with my friend about two years ago and absolutely loved it! It was one of the most challenging puzzles we had ever done. You would think that only 500 pieces it would be easy. You would think that the round border would be easy because it has words. But no...it was all very challenging...in a good way! All those faces! We always had two, sometimes three, of us working on it and it still took a while. One of the most enjoyable puzzles I have ever done. And also a great memorial to a wonderful spontaneous movement that brought like minded women...and men...together all over the country. I am going to buy this one for myself! I love your company. Thank you!
I was filling my cart for my grandchildren until I saw your woman’s march puzzle. When businesses step into politics they risk offending a lot of people who may then decide not to make a purchase. Such is the case for me.