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Unique Kentucky jigsaw puzzle company announces second wave of releases

CORBIN, Ky.Mchezo, a unique jigsaw puzzle publishing company located in Corbin, announced Tuesday the availability of its second wave of puzzles which includes eight all new designs, and brings the company’s current catalog of in stock designs to 13 across three in-house brands.

“Old Soda Delivery Truck” and two other puzzles
feature the work of Kentucky photographer Jim Begley.

“Mchezo was founded on the idea that, despite the fast-paced, digital-dominant life many of us lead today, there is still a market for jigsaw puzzles of exceptional quality featuring unique designs and images,” said Ed Bryan, president of Mchezo. “Many of our puzzles highlight the work of Kentucky artists and graphic designers.”

Mchezo was founded last year by Corbin entrepreneur Jon Huston. The company includes several brand lines, including: Depot Street, sentimental puzzles focused on small town America and nostalgia for the nation’s past; Oodles of Puzzles, relaxing and engaging puzzles that feature collections of images, ideas and concepts; Gamosis, puzzles inspired by an affinity for the 1980s and 90s game culture, and Black Cat Puzzles, which focuses on evocative images from historic military battles.

Mchezo specializes in the design and production of unique, high-quality jigsaw puzzles. It was formed in 2020 and is a property of Webbed Sphere Inc., a privately owned management firm that oversees a group of companies that specialize e-commerce sales in various markets. It is located in the old American Greeting Card facility in north Corbin.