There's no better way to unwind than to delve deep into a jigsaw puzzle. I don't know about you, but I'm very particular about the ones I choose to do. I need a challenge; one that will have me contemplating my entire existence, but will also have me so obsessed that I can't bear the thought of leaving it unfinished.

Well, Blue Kazoo's newest "Starry Wave" puzzle has that perfect balance. I'm hooked I'm not the only one. Artists from all over the world have shown their interest in the iconic puzzle.

What's even better is they're offering a huge 30% discount in celebration of Black Friday. All you need to do is enter the special discount code: BLKKAZOO.

Keep scrolling to have a look for yourselves...

Blue Kazoo's newest puzzle has us mesmerized.

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Combining two of the most iconic artworks from the 19th century, "Starry Wave" has become the company's latest and most striking release. "Use

Made up of 1000 sturdy pieces, this puzzle aims to provide hours upon hours of entertainment.

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Van Gogh’s "Starry Night" and "The Great Wave" by Hokusai have been meticulously blended into a single image that emphasizes the individual beauty of each piece yet the powerful nature of both combined.

And also - let’s be honest - it looks really freaking cool.

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The puzzle is already gaining a lot of buzz from everyone, and not just because of the puzzle itself (though that is a big reason why), but because it's tons of fun!

Did you know one was influenced by the other?

According to Martin Bailey, a specialist on Vincent van Gogh, the Dutch artist gained inspiration from the "The Great Wave off Kanagawa."

The evidence is all in the brush strokes.

While both artists were focused on opposite forces of nature, the similarities, when placed side by side, are obvious.

So knowing that the two iconic masterpieces are already linked, makes "Blue Kazoo's" latest puzzle even more special.

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Whether Van Gogh purposefully incorporated elements of "The Great Wave" in "Starry Night" or simply had the image in his subconscious, the overwhelming force of the two pieces combined has left me nothing short of speechless, the rich history of them being told in every individual piece.

And this coordinated energy has never been more apparent than in this 1,000 piece “mashup" puzzle.

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So it's no wonder why people have become so obsessed with it. Artists from all over the world have been left smitten by the combo. Here are just a few of the reactions.

@david_pher described it as a "good mix of van Gough and Kanagawa."

The abstract artist from Berlin plays around with bright colors and brave brushstrokes, so he would know a lot about how this combination works effectively.

@hawwaetc, a digital artist and photographer from the United Kingdom also had a lot to say about the puzzle:

"Seeing The Wave merged with Starry Night for me really dramatically changes the feelings I get from the image," she said. "There's no blank space so it gives it a more busy aesthetic, but funnily enough I think the inclusion of this specific painting of van Gogh adds to the sense of calm."

She continued:

"Whereas before I would look at the wave as a standalone image, now presented with the sky alongside it, it feels more peaceful. And I think it does that because the two works mesh so well together, the circular lines and forms in the sky create a sense of the movement that the waves already have so it just feels like a continuation of one painting rather than two works obviously meshed together."

She also added this:

"I imagine it could be very therapeutic for people who love to work and sort through colors and tones, as almost the entirety of the painting is all blue (Which itself is a calming color anyway)." We totally agree!

And @madeby_kayla, an illustrator from Tennesee, also described the "Starry Wave" as "stunning."

She said this: "I love how they combine so well. It looks like it was meant to be that way! Totally awesome!"

@gobbett_art also had her say on the product:

"Separately, these two paintings have totally different meanings and a different style entirely. But once intertwined they work so well together, creating a piece that to me, symbolizes a sort of chaos of the mind," she said. "And that seems pretty apt for 2020." Ain't that the truth?

So there we have it. The artists have spoken.

If you're in the mood to experience the beauty of fine art in contemporary form, then click here and get your hands on the iconic puzzle that is the "Starry Wave." And don't forget to use the code: BLKKAZOO for 30% off. "Use