Dilla was painted by Ratha Nou, also known as Ra, is a first-generation Cambodian American artist born & raised in the Bay Area. He’s the founder and creative director of Stablished Projects, an Oakland-based creative studio, with core skills in traditional illustration, design, motion graphics, 3d animation, and visual effects, for the tech and entertainment industries. As an artist that has experienced being a minority in the corporate creative world, Ratha recognized his abilities were meant to transcend beyond the system, to become an independent artist, and to tell the stories of his community, the underprivileged & people of color.
- Super fun 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle for Adults
- Irregular/Random cut pieces
- Minimal puzzle dust
- Velvet Soft TOuch Linen/matte finish to reduce glare
- Includes a Zipper bag to store the pieces
- Includes a large poster and a stand of the puzzle design and a poster stand.
- Completed puzzle size is 27” x 20” (686cm x 508cm)
- Made with non-toxic materials, soy-based inks, and recyclable cardboard
Unified Pieces has curated a selection of high-quality, Frame-worthy jigsaw puzzles from artists and designers from all over the world. The size, pieces, and themes are carefully chosen to ensure an enjoyable puzzle-solving experience for beginners, as well as those who prefer to take their time. All puzzles are printed with a luxurious low gloss, soft touch matte finish that ensures ease of visibility and less strain on the eyes. Our thick (2.2mm), sturdy, ribbon-cut pieces deliver an excellent fit. Each of our jigsaw puzzles comes with a zipper bag to keep the pieces extra safe.
Velvet Soft TOuch Linen/matte finish to reduce glare.
Includes a Zipper bag to store the pieces
Made with non-toxic materials, soy-based inks, and recyclable cardboard
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
I love Unified Pieces in general because the quality is absolutely top notch from shipping to packaging to the actual puzzle pieces. J-Dilla is my new overall favorite puzzle to have put together. There are so many subtle details in the background that I never felt stuck, and really enjoyed studying each piece to figure out where it belonged. The random cut seemed to flow
perfectly with the image. This one is frame worthy and has been claimed by my son for his apartment.