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Halifax Public Gardens Puzzle | Midnight Oil Printing

Celebrate your love of Halifax's victorian-garden oasis with this best selling design turned puzzle. 

Jennifer's of Nova Scotia has partnered with Alex MacAskill of Midnight Oil Print & Design House to create the Halifax Public Gardens puzzle.

"The Public Gardens of Halifax, Nova Scotia are an oasis of ancient trees, beautiful flowers, and endless critters within a loud and chaotic city. This print pays tributes the peace that can be found within a few blocks of the downtown core. Let the fragrant flowers, the fuzzy ducklings, and the colourful butterflies transport you to the natural refuge in the middle of a concrete city."- Midnight Oil Print & Design House


This high quality puzzle was designed in Nova Scotia by Midnight Oil Print & Design House in collaboration with the Jennifer's team. We were fortunate to source a high quality Canadian puzzle manufacturer, making this puzzle 100% Canadian made. 


About The Puzzle:

-504 Piece Puzzle

-Designed in Nova Scotia

-16.5"x 23.4" (completed puzzle size)

-High quality and low glare satin finish.... Puzzle lover approved!

-The Halifax Public Gardens Puzzle is only available at Jennifer's!


Designed in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax Public Gardens Puzzle | Midnight Oil Printing

SKU: 2858
  • Alex MacAskill opened Midnight Oil Print and Design House in 2017, and is located in the heart of Halifax's North End community. Midnight Oil offers a wide range of graphic design and illustration services, letterpress, giclée, and screen printing. "Print and design are artforms after all, and when treated and embraced as such the results are nothing short of art."


    Alex started printing and designing 10 years ago they way many printers get started, creating posters and shirts for his grade school band. The interest developed from there, and he went on to receive a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. 

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