If you’re at the coast this holiday and there’s a rainy day, why not try out a puzzle or two?
Kodak just made the largest puzzle in the world consisting of 51,300 pieces. OK, so maybe one rainy day won’t be enough. More like a few months or so?
Insider reports that the puzzle consists of 27 separate jigsaws of images from "wonders of the world" such as the Great Wall of China, the Colosseum, the New York City skyline, and the Taj Mahal.
According to Kodak, the 27 individual images were taken by a professional photographer, then digitally enhanced and printed in high quality.
OK, so the sheer size of a puzzle that’s 8.6 metres by 1.9 metres may be enough to put most people off, but thanks to some clever thinking from Kodak, it won’t be that scary.
The world’s largest puzzle comes packed in 27 different bags so that you can build the 27 images each on its own, and then just interlock them once completed. We just have to mention that the 27 individual puzzles consist of 1,900 pieces each. Yikes.
Suddenly it seems very doable. But, again, you might need more than just a few rainy days to complete it… and enough space to put it all together.
Destiny Yarbro wasn't happy with just those 27 puzzles, though. She decided to build another monster-sized Disney puzzle consisting of over 30,000 pieces, and then connected everything together. A whopping 90,000+ pieces later and she was done.
Check Destiny in action in the time-lapse video below of how she built the individual puzzles then went ahead and put them all together to build the world’s largest puzzle.
Image credit: Amazon