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Isomatic Kotti Puzzle

Isomatic Kotti Puzzle

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A 1.000-piece jigsaw puzzle by of Kottbusser Tor in Berlin-Kreuzberg, illustrated by Bruno Pinto da Cruz.

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T.G.
Perfect balance of fun, challenging and artistic!!

Really great and one of a kind puzzle, especially for a Berlin resident like myself :) On top of what you expect from a 1000-piece puzzle (great but very nuanced variety in colours & patterns, just the right amount of complexity), it was really fun getting to notice all the tiny details left by the artist, who captures very well the bustling, eclectic and colourful atmosphere of the Kotti area!
The added bonus: the end result is simply a really cool and artistic poster, absolutely worth keeping intact and displaying in the house!

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Kristina & Merle
Makes you hungry for more (and ice cream)!

We got to try the puzzle and had so much fun! It’s definitely a challenge but it has so many different little oddities and details to discover along the way, so it doesn’t get too frustrating . We especially loved the different sprinkles patterns which kept making us crave ice cream! Great colours and a lot of fun to put together ☺️ 10/10 would recommend!

A puzzle box showing a colorful illustration of Kottbusser Tor "Kotti" in Berlin Kreuzberg with dinosaurs. Behind the box is the completed puzzle.

A Kottbusser Tor Utopia

A puzzle that asks (and answers): wouldn't Kottbusser Tor be even more magical with dinosaurs?

How many pieces?

1.000 pieces.
Good luck!

  • Delivery within one week?

    We need 3 business days to prepare the puzzle. We'll email you the tracking link as soon as it's on its way!

  • What do I do with a finished puzzle?

    First of all, congrats to you for finishing it! 1000 pieces is a lot. Enjoy that found-the-last-piece feeling for as long as you can, and then:

    • Creative destruction: you could take it apart and give it to a friend, donate it to a community center in your neighbourhood, or sell it.
    • Hang it on the wall: you can get a frame and put it up as decoration. 
    • Recycle it: definitely the least climate-friendly option here - please only as a last resort! The box and puzzle contain no plastic, so it's completely recyclable. Either re-use the cotton bag for something else or check with your local waste management to see how to recycle it.
  • How are puzzles made? And where?

    Our puzzles are made here in Germany. We shared some behind-the-scenes photos showing how are puzzles are produced here on our Instagram.

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Materials

The box and puzzle are cardboard, the pieces come packed in a cotton bag.

No plastic packaging is used.

Discounts

Discount codes can be applied on the checkout page.

Shipping + Delivery Times

Our puzzles ship within 3 business days.

We ship to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

Orders in the EU over €50 ship free.

Dimensions

The puzzle is 68 x 48 cm.

Good to know

This product is for ages 14+.

Artist and architect Bruno Pinto da Cruz sits at a table with his colourful, geometric designs on the table. He is wearing a black sweater, with one hand on the table, and the other holding his chin.

About the Artist

Bruno Pinto da Cruz is an Architect and Illustrator based in Lisbon/Berlin who created ISOMATIC, a sequence of isometric drawings transformed into illustrations, unveiling the urban scenario in different colours and shapes.

Bruno focuses on Berlin’s iconic neighbourhoods like Kottbusser Tor, Kurfürstendamm and Oberbaumbrücke. Without any attempt at realism, these images capture the essence of such places and create a very optimistic and cheerful utopia vision of these neighbourhoods. They become playful and flooded with color, small paradises inhabited by dinosaurs, wild animals, sculptures or exotic trees. Such figures replace the real people that belong to these urban landscapes and they are somehow an artistic exploration of the imaginary of the city. They live in almost a parallel existence with each other, making the represented space more dramatic – a fantastic wonderland.

Photo credit Duarte Caldes