Toronto's PUP are selling a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle that creates a quarantine-inspired version of their 2019 Morbid Stuff album artwork.
PUP's 2019 Polaris Music Prize-nominated album Morbid Stuff features artwork by Nes Vuckovic of people at a birthday party circling chairs while blindfolded and holding knives.
In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Canadian rockers have decided to help keep fans entertained by creating a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle out of their Morbid Stuff artwork.
However, the artwork has been slightly changed to make it more appropriate to the current times, and the blindfolds have been swapped for face masks.
A Morbid Stuff puzzle? With artwork updated for these strange times? 1000 pieces, you say? With an upper left corner as annoying as the band who created the music? Oh yeah baby it’s available for pre-order now! https://t.co/5M8DoBvU90 pic.twitter.com/5B3kZAkkQe— PUP (@puptheband) May 18, 2020
The description of the puzzle on the site reads, "Sadness: one of humanity's most important emotions. And what better way to distract from that sadness than by painstakingly re-constituting an image from 1000 misshapen pieces?"