Surely you can see the saluki, but can you spot the shuttlecock, or the stein? Mike Wilks writes, “There is a sketch of a squinch, a selection of shells (not all from the sea), a siamang settled on a seat, a sponge to be studied, and sundry stuff suspended from strings. In all I included 1,234 S’s for you to see.”
From the best-selling book The Ultimate Alphabet - The Letter S is one of Wilks’s most challenging and intricate compositions. Can you find all of the S words depicted in his intricate jigsaw? If not, check out the list included inside the box.
Puzzle size: 1000 pieces - 51 x 69 cm
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The Letter S, 1985, by Mike Wilks (British, b. 1947)
From The Ultimate Alphabet
Acrylic on canvas, 76 x 102 cm