Ryo Takemasa: New York In The Winter
With his precise, simple yet textured illustrations, Ryo Takemasa is the heir of a rich tradition of Japanese illustration, from Ryohei Yanagihara onwards.
A keen traveler, and with a touch of Tintin about his work, he has a unique ability for conjuring a sense of place: not just place, but the sense of a certain place at a certain time.
We now present a difficult and challenging puzzle, made of 150 minuscule pieces. This is a real challenge even for the cleverest people in the house. The pieces are so small that the puzzle fits into a test tube.