Ailsa Black slots into place with Ravensburger

Ailsa Black’s artwork is proving a popular draw on a 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle from Ravensburger.

The puzzle – which is based on the No Ball Games artwork – was named as part of the top ten run down of puzzles to attempt during lockdown by The Independent. This has prompted agency This is Iris to develop a number of new images for Ravensburger including a new piece of artwork from Ailsa.

“Ailsa’s style is very distinctive, with her beautiful use of colour, interesting shapes and quirky details all make this puzzle such fun to put together,” said Sarah Stevens, adult puzzle development manager at Ravensburger. “Her joyful art complements our portfolio perfectly and No Ball Games has been extremely well received by retailers.”

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