Gibson Games start puzzling competition

Published on: 18th May 2012

Gibson Games is inviting people from across the UK to enter a competition for the opportunity to have their favourite picture, photograph or idea reproduced by an artist into a jigsaw puzzle.

The winner will have their name credited on the box, plus a prize of £100 worth of Gibson Games games and puzzles of their choice.

Famed for its jigsaw puzzles and games, Gibson Games has been creating works of art by numerous artists for decades; from detailed, traditional British scenes by Terry Harrison, to animal and wildlife depictions from John Francis and Linda Jane Smith.

To enter, all you have to do is visit the Gibson Games Facebook page at and post your picture or photo with a brief description of why it inspired your idea, and why you think it would make a good jigsaw puzzle.

If you don’t have a photo or picture you can still enter by posting your idea – as long as it can be translated by an artist into a painted scene. Once you’ve posted your entry, encourage family and friends to ‘like’ your entry because public voting is part of the judging process. The more ‘likes’ you have, the better your chance of winning.

One of Gibson Games’ top artists will also be on the judging panel. The closing date for entries is Tuesday 31st July 2012.


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