Thursday, August 24, 2017

Amazing Time-Lapse Of A 33,600 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

An amazing video posted online shows a time-lapse of a man building the puzzle with the greatest number of pieces in the world.

'Wildlife' by Educa has 33,600 pieces and is so large it comes in 10 separate bags and a wheeled wooden case.

This time-lapse video was filmed over nine months. When it's built, the wildlife panorama is five feet wide and over 18 feet long. It costs over $300 to buy.

In the video, the YouTuber known as Andre F lays out enough pieces of cardboard to make room for the whole puzzle. He separates the pieces into 10 distinct rows, and then begins to build each section.

He works to put the puzzle together section by section.

The two-minute clip shows the highlights from his nine months of labor and ends with the finished product.


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