Well this sucks. It was only days before puzzle wiz Dave Evans’ 40,000-piece jigsaw puzzle work was to be displayed publicly at Queen Elizabeth II’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk that the puzzle crashed onto the ground of his studio. He had worked more than 200 hours to hand-cut and construct the 19.5-foot-wide, eight-foot-tall piece. It's not immediately clear how the disaster will affect the work's certification as the largest in the world by Guinness World Records. However Evans has been trying to put it back together real quick. Good luck.

[via Artinfo]