Have you ever done a puzzle that has no beginning or end? Where you don't know up from down? Get lost in the Infinite Galaxy Puzzle 2, now with our new Maze cut style.
The Infinity Puzzle ™ is a new type of jigsaw puzzle that tiles continuously. It has no fixed shape, no starting point, and no edges. It can be assembled in thousands of different ways.
Topologically, the Infinite Galaxy Puzzle 2 maps to a real projective plane, an impossible 3D shape where the inside and outside are mathematically indistinguishable. What this means is that it tiles with a flip. Pieces from the one side attach to the other but only after flipping over. Just like a Mobius strip has only one surface, the puzzle has no up or down side. You can start the puzzle anywhere on any side, making it extra challenging. This puzzle is adorned with a photograph of Westerlund 2 from the Hubble telescope. The image is continuous from one side of the surface to the other, so one cannot see the entire photo at once. Explore the galaxy while assembling the puzzle in multiple ways. The puzzle also features special space themed whimsy pieces.
image credit: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), A. Nota (ESA/STScI), and the Westerlund 2 Science Team
3 special pieces: astronaut, space shuttle, + international space station
INFINITY PUZZLE ™
infinitely reconfigurable, no edges, no fixed shape!
Laser cut in Palenville, NY
Made with our custom birch plywood
Contains 236 pieces
Like this puzzle? Check out the original version. For more information, watch this video about our Infinity Puzzles.
made with math, science, + lasers
Since 2011, we've been crafting plywood puzzles that combine the artistry of classic jigsaws with the possibilities of new technology. We use custom software inspired by natural patterns to grow the intertwining shapes of the puzzle pieces. The organic forms are cut from plywood by a laser, resulting in a uniquely challenging puzzle crafted from premium materials. Each puzzle is made by us at our studio in the Catskill Mountains.