Welcome back, today we are really excited to share with you the stunning new 100 Iconic Women Jigsaw Puzzle.
This amazing new jigsaw puzzle has been designed by Maliha Abidi and celebrates amazing women from across the globe and history that have inspired us all. Included are such inspirational women as Frida Kahlo who is considered one of Mexico’s greatest artists and Ruth Bader Ginsburg who was the first Jewish woman to serve on the supreme court and fought for gender equality and women’s rights. There are 98 more sensational women in this beautiful design and a list of all of them is included with this wonderful jigsaw puzzle.
About the Artist
Maliha Abidi, the artist behind the 100 Iconic Women jigsaw puzzle, is herself an inspirational women. Maliha’s family moved from Pakistan to California when she was 14, and she draws on her experiences of being an immigrant in her artwork and literature. She produces art and literature that shines a light on social issues such as women’s rights, anti-racism, domestic violence, and mental health.
Not only is Maliha an author and artist, but she is also studying Neuroscience and is the founder of The Story of Mental Health, an organisation which provides resources to give women a safe space to discuss and work through their mental health challenges.
Maliha is already a young iconic woman and we are incredibly proud to have the honor of working with her.
Helping other women become iconic
Inspired by the wonderful work that Maliha and all the goddesses in the 100 Iconic Women Jigsaw Puzzle have done over the years, we will be donating 10% of all the profits from the Malala Fund. The Malala Fund aims to make sure that every girl has a right to free, safe quality education. They fund work challenging policies and practices that stop girls getting an education from local to governmental levels. We hope that their amazing work will create the next 100 iconic women from all over the world.
If you want to know more about Maliha Abidi, the SOMH and the Malala Fund, please click on the links below.