Immerse yourself in the vibrant energy and iconic sights of the Las Vegas Strip with the Alexander Chen 1000 piece Puzzle "Las Vegas Afternoon: The Strip" by Sure-Lox. This captivating puzzle brings to life the dazzling lights, famous landmarks, and bustling atmosphere of this renowned destination.
Renowned artist Alexander Chen's hyper-realistic style beautifully captures the essence of the Las Vegas Strip in this mesmerizing puzzle. Each of the 1000 intricately crafted puzzle pieces showcases the grandeur of the city, from the iconic hotels and casinos to the vibrant street scenes bustling with activity.
Measuring a generous 27" x 19" in size, this puzzle offers a spacious canvas for you to appreciate the intricate details and electrifying scenes of the Las Vegas Strip. The larger piece count provides a satisfying challenge, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the puzzle-building experience.
Sure-Lox puzzles are known for their precision-cut pieces that fit together flawlessly. Each piece is made from high-quality materials, ensuring durability and a smooth puzzle-building experience. The sturdy construction allows you to assemble and disassemble the puzzle multiple times, preserving its quality for future enjoyment.
Embark on a puzzle journey through the dazzling streets of Las Vegas with the Alexander Chen Las Vegas Afternoon: The Strip puzzle. It's a perfect way to indulge in the glitz and glamour of this iconic destination from the comfort of your own home.
- Featuring the artwork of Alexander Chen, renowned for his hyper-realistic style
- Highly detailed imagery with international subject matter, these puzzles are true works of art
- 1000 Puzzle Pieces
- Assembled Puzzle Size: 27 x 19 inches
- Puzzle Thickness: 1.8mm
- Package Size: 7.875 x 7.875 x 2 inches
- Sure-Lox puzzles feature precision-cut pieces that fit together seamlessly, creating a smooth and satisfying puzzle-building experience. The puzzle pieces are made from sturdy materials, ensuring durability and allowing for multiple assemblies and disassemblies without compromising their quality.
To learn more about Alexander Chen's art, visit www.artman.net