About mai mo, a playful world of puzzles
Hi there, I am so glad that you are here!
Have you ever dreamt of having more time to play? I certainly have. My name is Emilia and I founded mai mo in 2020 after a two-year long journey to reconnect with playfulness and creativity as an adult. It made me realise how easy it is to lose touch with play and creativity as we 'grow up' and how much I had missed the fun and simple joys of those outlets. It was this discovery that led me to found mai mo, to encourage more creativity and playfulness at any age.
Mai mo's first collection is a curated line of arty jigsaw puzzles for the playful adult mind, giving you the chance to find the missing (puzzle) piece in your busy life and the time to let your mind wander. Today, mai mo presents beautiful imagery from a select number of museums and galleries across Europe as well as independent artists. Art that is a joy to piece together and equally pleasing to the eye.
The puzzle pieces are made for a comfortable experience in matte and sturdy FSC certified paper. With a selection of puzzles ranging from 500 to 1000 pieces, you have the freedom to choose how much time you want to spend on your next puzzle adventure.
Because I know that beautiful and inspiring surroundings are a big part of getting in the mood to be playful and creative, mai mo’ puzzle boxes are made to pass the ‘shelfie’ test'. This means that they are stylish enough to parade out on your shelves, rather than kept stowed away in a corner. To encourage play and puzzling at any time!
I hope that mai mo’s jigsaw puzzles will offer you a beautiful break from blue screens and a meditative and jazzy space for your mind to make new creative connections with each piece placed. So if you’re looking to give yourself, or someone near and dear, thoughtful space to reconnect with playfulness, a mai mo puzzle is the perfect gift and treat.
Peace & Play,
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