Completed puzzle with cell phone and various apps, with text saying "could you unplug for a day?"
Completed puzzle with box, insert car, straight edge tool and glue

JIGGY x Grace Miceli x Half the Story

Regular price$40.00
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This puzzle was created in honor of the Global Day of Unplugging in partnership with JIGGY and New York City based artist, Grace Miceli. 50% of the proceeds from this puzzle will support #HalfTheStory, a non-profit on a mission to empower the next generation’s relationship with technology and emotional wellbeing. Join us on August 7th, 2021 to take the pledge to unplug and #plugintolife for the Global Day of Unplugging. 


#HalfTheStory: #HalfTheStory’s mission is to empower the next generation’s relationship with social media, through advocacy, education, and providing access to resources for youth. 

Grace Miceli:  Grace Miceli – one of the “9 Funniest Cartoonists and Illustrators on Instagram” (Vulture) – is an artist and the author of How to Deal. She works across multiple mediums including illustration, animation, comics, product design and murals. Her playful and self-reflective work has been featured in more than 50 galleries and museums worldwide and selected clients include: The New Yorker, The New York Times, Apple TV+, Instagram, Nike and Adobe.


Size: 500 piece puzzle

Puzzle dimensions:  20 x 16 inches
Box dimensions: 9 x 6 x 3 inches  

Each JIGGY x Grace Miceli x Half The Story puzzle comes in a reusable drawstring bag, box and includes puzzle glue to preserve your masterpiece. 

@halfthestory@globaldayofunplugging | @artbabygirl

What people are saying

Better than I imagined! The packaging is so unique and beautiful. I also ordered a frame to match. Definitely will be buying more in the future!

Ashley H.

Gorgeous! I loved putting it together and will love it even more framed and hung up!

Heather W.

I found puzzling to bring on a very meditative experience and I liked it. The was challenging and exciting, because endorphins are created when a piece finds its place. The artwork is beautiful.

Robin B.