Imaginatorium Shop, version 2
Welcome to the new Imaginatorium site at
imaginatorium.com. There is no "total reorganisation", so you should be able to find things easily, and eventually any bookmarks to the old shop will be redirected to the right page. The new checkout is working, which means that in simple cases you will be able to complete a purchase in the normal way.
Covid-19: Shop status
There are still many problems in the postal system, varying hugely from one country to another. More details on the front page, and at the checkout there will be more specific information about the destination country (sorry: not implemented for all countries yet!).
Folk art of the USA
Further down this page: More about the artists
We have long featured Charles Wysocki's puzzles, and now have a new range including other artists in the folk art genre.
© Charles Wysocki
A smart little town - the band plays outside the restaurant, next door to Royall Spyce Under Clothing.
This puzzle has smaller pieces than the standard size.
The picture only shows a part of the puzzle.
An Apollo puzzle: 450 pieces; 380 x 260 mm (15" x 10")
Code: P44510 (44-510 on package)
Retail price ¥1800 (approx. US$14.06 €13.74 £11.69)
All about ordering (please read first)
Jane Wooster Scott
An aspiring actress from near Philadelphia, Jane Wooster Scott moved to Los Angeles. After a stint as a television host, the attraction of folk art captured her attention, and her colourful and jolly style has made her a successful artist ever since.
The American artist Charles Wysocki (1928-2002) was born in Detroit, but spent almost all his working life on the West Coast of the USA, in Los Angeles, and in Lake Arrowhead where he settled, just to the east.
His rather charming primitive style is instantly recognisable: full of warm wit, but rigidly refusing to comply with any conventional "rules" of perspective.
- Wysocki puzzles - comprehensive list at Puzzlehistory.com, including puzzles produced by both Yanoman and Milton Bradley
For reference: you can view all the Wysocki puzzles that are out of print in the Attic.