J Mascis’ Jigsaw Subscription Service Puzzle Heads Announces First Release

J Mascis, of Dinosaur Jr., has announced the first puzzle from the newly launched Puzzle Heads, a jigsaw puzzle subscription service. J Mascis founded Puzzle Heads alongside graphic designer Aaron Draplin and 7S Management in January.

Puzzle Head first puzzle with David Bowie album artwork.

The puzzle subscription service will showcase classic rock ‘n’ roll images and album art. The first jigsaw puzzle will celebrate the 50th anniversary of David Bowie’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars with its album cover as imagery. The inaugural release with the Bowie artwork will ship in December 2022, just in time for the holiday season.

Many of us have always loved a good jigsaw puzzle and many of us became fans during the pandemic … I personally always had a puzzle on the table, and during the pandemic, I found myself searching for imagery that wasn’t available. I wanted puzzles to just show up at my doorstep so we decided to do it ourselves. All of us at Puzzle-Heads love puzzles and we love music. We happen to have day jobs in music and so we have the network to license some of the most iconic cover imagery and rock ‘n’ roll art out there. With J and Aaron helping to curate, we’ll make Puzzle Heads members come back for more. We hope all the Puzzle-Heads out there enjoy many hours of piecing our puzzles. Get It Together!

– Brian Schwartz, Founding Partner at 7S Management. 

Subscribers can receive a new jigsaw puzzle every other month. Upcoming puzzles will feature imagery from artists such as Dinosaur Jr., Joy Division, Bad Brains, Wilco, Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen, and more. Puzzle-Heads subscriptions are available now, including a 6-Puzzle subscription and a 3-Puzzle subscription. For every new subscription, the service will also donate a sensory necklace or sensory toy to benefit children with autism.

For more information about Puzzle Heads, and to see future puzzle releases, visit the subscription service’s website.

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