Four Point Puzzles is a Canadian jigsaw puzzle brand with a focus on contemporary art and design.
Created by Dan Robbins in the 1950s, Paint by Numbers kits were a cultural phenomenon that was embraced by millions of aspiring artists. The finished paintings from the ’50s and ’60s are now sought after collectors items. We have photographed our five favourites from that era and turned them into these incredible jigsaw puzzles. From a quiet forest setting to the iconic lone desert traveller painting, this collection shows the full range of these classic works.
Part of our vintage Paint by Numbers series, Forest is a woodland landscape with birch trees and a still lake.
Tropics is a vintage Paint by Numbers painting featuring a tropical landscape with palm trees along a rocky beach.
This mountainous landscape with a rich green foothills and a waterfall is our Mountains puzzle from our vintage Paint by Numbers collection.
Ocean is a vintage Paint by Numbers seascape with rich blue waves crashing on a rocky coastline.
Our Desert puzzle is of an iconic Paint by Numbers painting featuring a desert landscape with dramatic red rocks and a lone traveller.
Fade by Sara Andreasson is part of a series of work that focuses on form, and the application of bold colour applied with a gradient pattern.
Several Found Things (Numbers, Letters, Shapes) by Micah Lexier consists entirely of found objects culled from his archive of teaching tools, games, puzzles, tests, building blocks, stationery, stencils, magic tricks and any number of utilitarian objects
Our Earth puzzle puzzle features a portion of the Western Hemisphere and the Pacific Ocean in incredible detail. The image, courtesy of NASA, is one of the clearest images of the Earth to date, from their iconic Blue Marble series and shows our planet in stunning clarity.
Our Dots puzzle was designed as a nod to the Washington Color School, a visual art movement that took shape in Washington D.C. from the 1950's to the 1970's.
Evening Kingdom by Sanae Sugimoto depicts themes common throughout much of her work such as girls, flowers and animals.
This puzzle features Maura Ambrose's New York Quilt from 2018. This quilt is entirely hand-dyed using pants and minerals from nature.
Our Moon puzzle puzzle features the near side of the Moon in incredible detail. The image, courtesy of NASA, is the clearest image of the Moon to date and shows even the tiniest of craters in stunning clarity.
Our puzzles are sold at museums, art galleries and independent retailers around the world. Click on the link below to find a retailer near you.
Learn more about the Washington Color School, the mid-century abstract art movement that inspired our Dots puzzle.
Sachiko Smith, the founder of two persimmons, shares her love for Japanese crafts and ceramics that combine beauty with utility.
We chatted with Toronto-based artist Micah Lexier on his process for creating the Several Found Things (Numbers, Letters, Shapes) puzzle.
Explore Tim Klein’s artwork, which blends two or more jigsaw puzzles to create surreal montages.
Jayden Weston, the founder of Compendium Design Store in Fremantle, Western Australia, spoke with us about how he chooses design-conscious goods for a small space, and how the store celebrates the Fremantle community.
Learn more about Paint By Numbers: their fascinating origin, how they intersect with the history of contemporary art, and how they inspired our latest puzzle collection.
We spoke with Chandra Greer, the founder of Chicago-based Greer about how she creates a positive environment at her store and how stationery has the power to create meaningful connections.
Learn more about 杉本さなえ Sanae Sugimoto, the artist who illustrated our Evening Kingdom puzzle.
Learn more about our commitment to supporting wildlife conservation and how your purchase of an Earth puzzle helps.
We chatted with Shelley Town, the owner of Toronto card and gift shop TOWN, about some of her favourite puzzles, designers and products.
Learn more about Maura Ambrose of Folk Fibers, the first artist that we collaborated with, on our New York Quilt puzzle.
We chatted with Liz Adrian, director of retail at the Institute of Contemporary Art, the very first store to carry our puzzles.
Explore artist Alma Haser’s amazing work, Within 15 Minutes, that uses jigsaw puzzles as a way to explore the physical characteristics of identical twins.
Learn more about Four Point Puzzles - why we launched this brand and where we see it going.
Our Moon puzzle celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon.
Did you lose a piece to one of our puzzles? If so, don't worry, we can replace it! Learn more about replacement pieces here.