What's could be better than puzzles, cats, and plants? We spent a few minutes with illustrator Rebecca Rehagen to learn more about her artwork, her inspirations, her journey as an illustrator, and the design she created for the Shine Your Light puzzle.
The illustrations of Alexander Mostov ask you to join him in the everyday joy of life. He is the artist that brought us BetterCo.’s Waiting for our Humans and Weasel Plant Care puzzles. Learn more about what inspires Alexander and how his style has changed over time.
The art of Evie Shaffer invites you to breathe in the calm, richness of the natural world. She is the artist behind BetterCo.’s Lush Flora and Bold Botanicals puzzles. Learn more about Evie, what inspires her art, and the process she uses to create each piece.
Kids are heading Back to School and this year that looks a little (or a lot!) different than in the past. We are parents too, and we know how important it is to stay connected with our kids, even if school is virtual from the living room. These are a few of our favorite puzzles to work on as a family.Read More
Kelly is a lifelong puzzler that now shares her puzzling adventures with others on her Instagram and Facebook accounts. Her eye-catching photos, candid reviews, and bubbly personality have grabbed the attention of over 3,000 followers. Kelly has worked some of the hardest jigsaw puzzles including puzzles with over 9,000 pieces and another that had no picture. She is an absolute legend in the puzzle community—and is a big BetterCo. fan!
You know BetterCo. creates beautiful, modern puzzles that you love, and that they are the perfect way to relax with friends and family. But if you are ready for a new challenge with truly gorgeous results it’s time to meet our most difficult puzzles.
Eddie Williams, also known as The Mad Hatter, is a self-proclaimed “puzzle junkie.” He hosts challenges, reviews puzzles, and even has a puzzle podcast. We chatted with Eddie about the puzzling community, his podcast, and how the hobby helps him with life.
Not only is puzzling a great way to unplug, but it’s also good for your brain. The hours we spend pouring over a puzzle aren’t just relaxing, they’re also beneficial for our brains. Here are four main health benefits of daily jigsaw puzzling.