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Brought to you by the venerable De
of Third Policeman fame, Jig-Saw-Jig-
is a jig-saw puzzle which is created by
photographing a completed jig-saw,
whose subject matter is in turn a person
working on a jig-saw puzzle, with
numerous pieces scattered about.
To add to the difficulty
pieces and cut patterns of Jig-Saw-Jig-
Saw, are slightly different to those of its
origins, which it is attempting to imitate.
When the entire Jig-saw-jig-saw is half
completed, the solver takes a high
resolution photograph, which is sent
into the manufacturer as part of a
competition. One of these is chosen to
create the next generation of puzzles.
see links to [wjt] and De-Selby for those
who don't know.
Lost in between spaces
[xenzag, Oct 13 2007]
The ultimate baker. [xenzag, Oct 13 2007]
The Infinite Cat Project.
Similar recursiveness, but with cats instead of jigsaws. [wagster, Jan 25 2009]
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||A devillish fellow, that De Selby, and constructor of the most fiendish jigsaws in Dalkey. I'm sure my poor noggin will never be the same.
||Who would buy into this madness? [+]
||Ow! Ow! Ow! Fractal concept! Ow!
||Call it "Fractal Frustrations"
||We used to have some friends who loved Jigsaws, so what we did was buy about 6 boxes of about 10000 piece jigsaws and mix all of the pieces together in a big plastic bag. We then mailed this bag to them anonymously with no photographs attached. I don't know if they like jigsaw puzzles anymore.
||Ah reality, the only place where there are no leftover and unplaced pieces .
||[DanDaMan]: I note that you say ~used~ to have ...