The New Yorker Magazine has been published since 1925. This delightful jigsaw puzzle features the cover art by Peter de Seve from the April 2012 issue. The relaxed dog is sitting on the stairs outside surrounded by the items he is trying to sell - dog collars, water/food bowls, and chewed toys.
For decades scientists have been studying how puzzles affect the human brain. Benefits include improved memory, heightened creativity, boosting mood, stress relief and simultaneously engaging both hemispheres of the brain.