These puzzles feature the charming paintings of Philadelphia-based artist Andy Rementer. The casual, yet essential images portrayed in Andy Puzzles depict scenes of everyday life, a recurring theme in Rementer’s work.
Lesson Break looks in on a quiet moment where a woman sits in a chair, the room around her carefully arranged with books, plants, and music. She may be stretching, having just returned from a round of tennis. She and her cat gaze idly past the viewer, a sense of stillness and introspection falls in contrast with the world outside her window.
Not for children under 3 years.
Material: chipboard Dimensions: 18 x 24 in Pieces: 500
Andy Rementer is a creative person based between Philadelphia and New York City. He grew up in a Victorian beach town which later informed his interest in nostalgia and color. He graduated from The University of the Arts in 2004. After working and living in northern Italy, he relocated to the East Coast where he divides his time between drawing, painting, and traveling. His characters and illustrations have been featured in a wide range of sources including gallery exhibitions, global advertising campaigns, and various highly collectible editions. Some of his commercial clients include Apple, Samsung, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Lacoste, Warby Parker, and BMW. This is his first collaboration with Areaware.