Wednesday to Sunday!
31 Jan – 4 Feb 2018
Bünde, January 2020 – Revell’s 3D puzzles make sure hobby model-makers have lots of fun – without glue and without tools. The high-quality foam puzzle pieces have been punch-cut with precision. Depending on their complexity, these puzzles challenge the skills of puzzle builders aged 10 and upwards. Illustrious buildings, stunning skylines and famous cars are all waiting to take shape.
This year is about to rock with AC/DC! The Back in Black Design AC/DC Tour Truck takes fans back to 1980, when AC/DC released the eponymous album in honor of their deceased singer Bon Scott. 40 years later, Revell has released the Tour Truck as a 99-piece 3D puzzle with rotatable synthetic wheels in the all-black image of the original album cover. It’s a must have for fans of the Australian hard rock legends who marked their spectacular return with a new lead singer, Brian Johnson, and this historic album.
Fans of Queen can also look forward to a magnificent 3D puzzle truck featuring the emblem of the band known for such world-famous record-breaking hits as ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ and ‘We Are the Champions’. Over the 50 years of the group’s existence it has sold more than 200 million albums.
No structure is more closely associated with the Paris skyline than the Eiffel Tower. Built in 1889, the tower is a symbol of modern technology and every year thrills millions of tourists from all around the world. There’s no better place to go than a Revell dealer for anyone wishing to reconstruct this imposing work of architecture at home. The 3D puzzle soars to a height of 78cm. The ‘Tour Eiffel’ 3D puzzle consists of 84 pieces and can be completed in around 240 minutes of model-building fun. The multi-colored LED lighting guarantees wonderfully effective illuminations that breathe an air of Frenchness into every living room.
A fairytale palace with LED lights! Revell’s 128-piece Neuschwanstein Castle 3D puzzle guarantees hours of building pleasure resulting in a marvelously decorative eye-catcher in any home. The changing colors of the LED lighting bathe the 3D model of this world-famous castle in a mystical and splendorous light. The globally-renowned landmark was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria in homage to the medieval period, and continues to attract tourists from around the world to this day.