This cardboard puzzle from Moon Picnic celebrates the city of London and is designed by iconic toy brand Fredun Shapur. The retro puzzle features 3D pieces that are arranged to create a graphic of iconic London imagery like double decker buses and other urban symbols.
Available on Moon Picnic's web shop an in Victoria & Albert Museum's gift shop, this London-themed toy is a reissued version of a cardboard puzzle first introduced in the early 60s. This contemporary take on a retro toy educates children about London's iconography and is one of Fredun Shapur's earliest designs and most popular best-sellers.
In addition to its London-inspired puzzle, the toy brand also offers designs that reference zoo animals, underwater life and farming practices in an educational way.
This Retro Puzzle Toy Celebrates The Spirit of London
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