Jiggy Puzzles

Universe, Zulfa Ishak

$40.00 USD

Artist: Zulfa Ishak

Zulfa Ishak, The Cosmic Feminist, is a Maryland based illustrator that is inspired by empowerment, spirituality, and vulnerability. Zulfa was born and raised in Yemen and uses her bilingual powers for good.  Cosmic Feminism refers to her deep fascination with the galaxies and support for women's rights on a cosmic proportion. 
Product Details
Shipping & Returns
  • Size: 450 pieces
  • Puzzle dimensions: 14 x 18 inches
  • Box dimensions: 5.6 x 5.6 x 6.4 inches

Each JIGGY puzzle comes in a reusable glass jar and includes a tube of puzzle glue, a straight-edge tool to spread the glue and a print of the art to follow.

U.S. Shipping Only. Delivery from 3-5 business days. Shipping is free on orders of 2+ puzzles. This is shipped from Jiggy Puzzles and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted on a case-by-case basis, please reach out to help@jiggypuzzles.com

Why We Love it

Featuring art by “cosmic feminist” artist Zulfa Ishak, this starter puzzle (it’s 450 pieces) references the artist’s deep fascination with the galaxies and support for women's rights on a cosmic proportion. The glass jar lets you restart again and again, while the glue and straight edge will allow you to display the finished work as a piece of lasting art.

Meet The Founder

Five years ago, Kaylin Marcotte was working 24/7 as the first employee at TheSkimm and doing jigsaw puzzles to help her unwind. “I fell in love with them and was completing a puzzle every week, but found the designs to be outdated and uninspiring!” So she decided to make a new kind of puzzle: elevated and modern with artwork by female artists.

“I dove headfirst into the journey of a first-time, solo, bootstrapping founder with no prior experience,” says Marcotte, “and while there have been a million challenges, I’m so proud of some of our milestones: I broke even on my initial personal savings investment in two months, we have done profit-sharing with our artists from the beginning and distributed tens of thousands of dollars to working artists, built a strong community of art and puzzle lovers.”