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Photomosaic Jigsaw Puzzles - Disney Photomosaic Puzzles

Updated on June 28, 2011

Photomosaic Jigsaw Puzzles - Disney Photomosaic Puzzles

Disney photomosaic jigsaw puzzles are an ingenious idea.

Whereas normally with jigsaws each piece of the puzzle is simply part of the picture, with Photomosaics puzzles each piece is a miniature picture in its own right, made from a movie still.

The art of mosaic making has been around for centuries and means using small pieces of material such as glass or ceramic to create a larger picture. In photomosaic puzzles, photographs are used to create the image.

This means that when when viewed from a distance it looks like a normal puzzle, but when you get up close you can see that each piece is a picture in its own right.

The creation of Disney photomosaic puzzles means that all your favorite characters can now be found in this truly artistic method of puzzle making.


Winnie the Pooh and Friends Photomosaics

Who doesn't have a soft spot for Winnie the Pooh and his friends down on 100 Acre Wood.

Winne the Pooh, Tigger and Eeyore photomosiac puzzles are all available with characters either depicted on their own or in groups such as Winnie the Pooh and Piglet.

You can fall in love with these gorgeously cute characters all over again as although the pictures may be of childrens characters, at 1000 pieces plus the puzzles are definitely grown up.

Mickey Mouse Photomosaic Puzzles

 Mickey Mouse has to be one of the most recognisable characters Disney has ever created.

With his trade mark black ears and red shorts he's a lovely subject for a puzzle, and he'll bring a smile to the face of anyone who puts him together.

Other Disney Photomosaic Puzzles

 Other characters from the Disney stable which have been immortalized in photomosaics include Bambi and Snow White.

Watch a Photomosaic Puzzle Being Completed - Timelapse


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