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Gratitude. With its gorgeous sky blue background and bouquet of magnificent flowers, Gratitude reminds us to be grateful for the love and beauty in our lives, even in the face of a world that often tells us we aren’t enough.

Ruben Rojas uses the urban landscape around him as his canvas transforming blank walls into unique, empowering visual images with messages that uplift communities and challenge the public to create new dialogues. Rojas’ art can be seen around the US and Europe, and his impact has extended into the corporate world as a designer, corporate consultant and TED speaker, specializing in how art can create an impact and raise awareness about important issues. As the co-founder of Beautify Earth, he’s empowered street artists to transform walls and fixtures throughout the world and instill community pride.

Cloe Hakakian is a self-taught mixed media artist with broad sense of style. The Los Angeles native has a degree in neuroscience from the University of California, San Diego, and she applies her attention to detail and fascination with anatomy to her artwork—which has included murals, canvas work, street art, logos, and even tattoo design. Hakakian has collaborated with widely known artists and brands, and has had her work shown in various art fairs and galleries.

Photographer Brett Landrum is a photo obsessive and urban explorer specializing in urban and street photography. His work has been featured in a number of publications, including Banksy's sprawling 2012 photography book Banksy: You Are an Acceptable Level of Threat. 

Size: 1000 pieces
Puzzle dimensions: 20 x 29 inches
Box dimensions: 9.5 x 5 x 4.5 inches 


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What happens to street art after it's been painted over? This single question led us to create an archival project to rebirth these lost works of art and bring them into peoples hands, homes and hearts. We're female founded and license photographs of murals direct from the artists of which 50% are female. This is intentional, diversity matters. We donate a portion of each sale to Play Together in order to advance their work in providing art scholarships to BIPOC art students and funding new community mural arts projects. Our featured artists and exclusive murals are located all over the world in Los Angeles, France, London, India, and Chicago so far.