Alley of Thailand Magnetic Puzzle by Jack
Magnetic Puzzle (100pcs)
8x10 (203mm x 254mm)
Premium 1.9mm Thickness
Puzzle Box is Made of 100% Recycled Chipboard
Arrives in 9-11 days
Challenge your brain with this original magnetic jigsaw puzzle experience designed by Jack, an independent artist! Made from premium, responsibly-sourced paper stock, each uniquely-shaped puzzle piece has a magnetic bottom and semi-gloss coating on top for supreme image quality. Try not to have too much fun putting this puzzle together on your refrigerator. When you're finished, leave it up as decoration to remind you: there's a world of possibilities out there. It makes a great gift, too!
Eco-Friendly and Socially Responsible: This puzzle is printed in a facility that supports green printing and was awarded the Chain-of-Custody certificate (FSC™ CoC) issued by the Forest Stewardship Council™, which verifies materials used originate from well-managed forests.
Story Behind the Photo: Taken January 2020, this is one of my favorite photos from Thailand. The boat between the buildings caught my eye in Old Town, Koh Lanta—a quaint, low-key street with stores & eateries in old wooden houses. My wife & I hired a moped and had the time of our lives riding around the island. One of the places we visited was an Old Town local market. While my wife explored the shops, something drew me over to this alley. It was the boat. It was different. Unused. Far from its home, yet surrounded by a sea of colors.
HEY, I'M JACK!
I've always travelled. I have been almost everywhere in Europe. I have even moved far too many times, haha. I recently moved from Poland to England. Now dreaming about moving to Asia, permanently.
For me it's very simple, life is too short, I'm trying to enjoy it everyday.
Traveling has always been my passion.
Part of that passion is Photography. I’ve always loved to go somewhere and see new places. And then capture those new places in a photo, like a record that I've been there.
When I travel the main thing I like is: new places, meeting new people, getting to know different cultures, trying new foods, buying some gifts, and obviously having fun.