No 21 in this popular comedy series created by West-Midlands artist Geoff Tristram
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The Douglas Family dream of winning £1 million in TV's top quiz show, Lost in Translation. They think their language skills will help them translate well-known sayings into English. But WHAT IF quizmaster Brendan Bromsgrove asked them to translate some Latin? And WHAT IF they'd never studied this ancient language? The picture on this box shows Tash, Bradley, Liam and Ria realizing they don't know everything ... the puzzle inside this box shows an unexpected turn of events. This puzzle depicts the winners of our #WhatIfWeAreAPuzzle competition. Artist Geoff Tristram has turned Natasha Douglas and her friends into the stars of our imaginary TV quiz show “Lost in Translation”. High quality 1000 piece cardboard jigsaw puzzle. The finished puzzle measures 70 x 50cm when complete. Suitable for ages 12 years and up. Made from strong premium grade cardboard, with linen finish print to minimise glare on puzzle image.
Geoff Tristram has been a highly successful professional artist and cartoonist for over 35 years, and his work can be found on fine art prints, collector's plates, greetings cards, postage stamps and, of course, jigsaw puzzles. Geoff is also an author and has written a series of popular comedy novels featuring his alter ego, David Day. Geoff lives with his family in the West Midlands.
1000 piece jigsaw puzzle