The Areaware Puzzle in Puzzle Street Scenes breaks with known puzzle norms
The Areaware Puzzle in Puzzle Street Scenes is no ordinary puzzle. Of course, you put the 500 parts together in the familiar manner to form an overall picture. However, both the photographer of the subject and the designer of the puzzle allowed themselves some creative freedom. The imaginative motif shows not just one, but two motifs that are mirrored into each other. In this way, the images appear as if they want to escape the constraints of reality. To make the reflection in puzzle form clear, you do not solve one puzzle, but two. You can complete both puzzles at the same time or one after the other and arrange them inside or next to each other.
The designer of the Areaware Puzzle in Puzzle Street Scenes - KangHee Kim
The South Korean photographer and artist KangHee Kim is responsible for the motif of the Areaware Puzzle in Puzzle Street Scenes. Born in 1991, the New Yorker by choice has a degree in painting from the prestigious Maryland Institute College of Art and has been at her exhibitions around the world since 2010. She also produces photographs and designs for companies like Adidas and Samsang or publishers like The New Yorker or the Süddeutsche Verlag. She was found on the Internet through her Instagram account @tinycactus known, on which she publishes her photographs, which do not take it very seriously with the limits of reality.