There are two types of people: the ones who did puzzles throughout the pandemic and the others who would...rather not. If you're in the former group and are waiting out these last few months indoors as the vaccine rolls out, invest in some more puzzles, like these chic picks, ahead. They pair great with a cold beer (or a glass of wine!) after a long day of staring at a screen.
New Yorkers long for the iconic restaurants and activities that make NYC what it is. This two-sided puzzle of the city will remind you why it's still the best.
For a quick afternoon activity, enlighten yourself with this 70-piece cereal puzzle part of the brand's munchies collection.
Rifle Paper Co.'s gorgeous designs have been transformed into this maps puzzle of Amsterdam, Athens, London, and more cities to temporarily satisfy your wanderlust.
Brooklyn-based artist Shanée Benjamin’s "Community" 100-piece puzzle is an ode to the feminine form and a reminder of the sense of community we've been desperately missing throughout the pandemic.
Celebrate the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with this 1,000-piece puzzle that honors the gender equality champion.
Transport yourself to Japan with this 285-piece puzzle of The Site of Reversible Destiny in Yoro Park, Japan.
Every creative will appreciate this Minted puzzle that looks like it belongs in an art gallery. I mean, those colors!
Sun's out, buns out! Prepare yourself for a hot girl summer starting with this "Buns Out" puzzle from Piecework.
For those feeling nostalgic about wandering through the annual Met exhibitions, order this puzzle of Katsushika Hokusai's famous woodblock print, "Under the Great Wave at Kanagawa," that gives a taste of the museum's memorable artwork.
Puzzles of Color, a Black-owned family puzzle business created during the pandemic, highlights artists of color through its gorgeous puzzle designs. Case-in-point: This piece of art by artist Noland Anderson.
Talk about a sign of the times. This "Nevertheless She Persisted" puzzle is made up of beautiful illustrations and quotes from powerful women throughout history including Rosa Parks, Malala Yousafazi, and Angela Davis.
Jiggy's 450-piece boobs puzzle, illustrated by Brooklyn-based illustrator Julia Heffernan, is exactly the kind of puzzle your friends will obsess over when they see it framed and hung up in your room.
Hi, yes, I'm going to require a bag of Sour Patch Kids while completing this 500-piece candy shelf puzzle.
This Viva la Vida Frida Kahlo puzzle is not for those of us currently feeling unmotivated—it consists of 1,000 pieces (!) that pays homage to Kahlo and her iconic art.
Jonathan Adler's chic matte lip puzzle belongs on every coffee table once it's finished.
Andy Warhol's double-sided soup can art is basically two puzzles in one.
For a more challenging pick, dive into Springbok's 500-piece pencil pushers puzzle.