Apostrophe Puzzles creates modern, fun, and vibrant jigsaw puzzles that celebrate the work of contemporary artists of color. Founded in Brooklyn in 2019, each of our bold, curated puzzles is an original artwork aimed at making art consumerism more inclusive, accessible, and sustainable. Our puzzles are made with 100% recycled chipboard, and printed with eco-friendly, non-toxic ink. We believe that supporting our artists and investing in our communities is a necessary step toward correcting systems of economic, social, and institutional injustice. At least 10% of each purchase goes back to our featured artists, and an additional portion of each sale is donated to a non-profit organization working to expand arts education and accessibility in communities of color. We are Black-owned, woman-led, and dedicated to a future of art consumerism in which everyone can participate.
About this puzzle
Liz Flores is a painter and muralist based in Chicago, Illinois. Her work experiments with the ways in which the human condition—with its interplay between emotion and memory—can be represented abstractly. She engages everyday human experience and the female body by using shape, color and the human form as a mode of visual storytelling. Her mural work can be found throughout the Chicagoland Area and New York City. In addition to working with private and commercial clients, her work has been exhibited in galleries throughout Chicago and is driven by her interests in womanhood, belonging and inner life. When she’s not in her studio, she can be found frequenting local coffee shops with a sketchbook in hand. Puzzle dimensions: 19 x 26 inches Box dimensions: 10 x 8 x 2 inches Piece count: 1000