Phrenology Puzzle

I finished my first puzzle yesterday, modeled off the pseudoscience concept of phrenology.

Here’s the picture I used as inspiration for the puzzle, from Donette Steele Psychology:

And the finished product:

       

Trevor

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37 thoughts on “Phrenology Puzzle

  1. Hee! That’s brilliant! Would make an awesome present for a psychologist… or anyone who knows what phrenology is!

    Also liked Mikalee’s comment saying that’s how she’s feeling today!

    • Phrenology is; The study of the shape and protuberances of the skull, based on the now discredited belief that they reveal character and mental capacity.
      (from the freedictionary.com)

  2. Cool! But, I can’t read the different part’s names. What are they? Also, since your blog is about crafts, can you give me some suggestions on what to make out of duct tape for my blog? I’ve run out of ideas.

  3. “Pseudoscience?!” Well I bet you have the cranial structure of a textbook ignoramus!

    That’s a great looking puzzle, though. I’m absolutely going to need to check out the Architectural Salvage Warehouse of Detroit. There is a guy in Hamtramck that used a lot of stuff from it to build this strange and amazing Detroit “Disney World” on top of his home. It’s really amazing and beautiful.

  4. That’s awesome! Do you plan on labeling the parts at all? Like the reference photo? Or possibly making it more complex like the reference? I know that might get kind of complicated, but I bet you can do it. 😉

  5. That was cool! I used to love puzzles when I was young.
    Anyway, the one on the left was me before heading to school, the right one represents what happens after lectures.

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