Avid puzzle users will adore this complex, interchangeable puzzle, called the Infinite Galaxy Puzzle. This intriguing piece was handmade by MIT graduates, Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg in New York as an extra-special challenge for those that consider themselves expert puzzlers. The piece merges "especially challenging jigsaw puzzles to museum-quality designs," to create a highly-sought-after piece.
The Infinite Galaxy Puzzle's image is based on a photo from the "Hubble Space Telescope that shows stars being born in the Carina nebula, but also, much like the endless abyss that surrounds us, it has no fixed shape, no starting point, and no edges." This means the puzzle has limitless combinations, ensuring each time you configure it, you create a new masterpiece.