You’re Gonna Need a Bigger House: Kodak Launches World’s Largest Commercial Jigsaw Puzzle

Legendary photography company Kodak recently launched a gigantic jigsaw puzzle made up of 51,300 pieces and measuring a whopping 28.5 feet by 6.25 feet.

If you’ve gone through all your jigsaw puzzles and are looking for a real challenge, Kodak just released what it calls “the world’s largest puzzle” (that you can buy), featuring images of iconic landmarks shot by professional photographers. But putting your patience and jigsaw solving skills to the test will cost you both real money and a lot of space, as Kodak’s behemoth will set you back between $409.99  and $599.99, and will probably take up a decent-sized room when completed.

Matching over 51,000 jigsaw puzzle pieces is sure to be a time-consuming affair, but to make it less stressful for those willing to give it a go, Kodak split the puzzle into 27 images of different international landmarks, from the Great Wall of China to the Statue of Liberty and the Taj Mahal.

They’ve actually made it too easy, if you ask me, packaging the pieces for each of the 27 different images in different bags, allowing you to finish them one by one before putting them together. So you’re basically getting 27 smaller puzzles that you can then assemble into the world’s largest puzzle. Kind of gimmicky, if you ask me…

The only real challenge will be finding somewhere to display the completed puzzle, as at 28.5 feet by 6.25 feet, it’s probably going to need its own room.

But despite its subjective faults, Kodak’s gigantic jigsaw puzzle in high demand. It’s already sold out on Amazon, where it was priced at $410, leaving interested parties with the option of acquiring it for at least $500 from two other retailers listed on the official Kodak website.