Feed the Monkey Puzzle showing the solved position. With all bananas fully contained within the peckish primate.
Feed the Monkey puzzle in starting position. Large banana only half swallowed.
Female Feed the Monkey puzzle laid along side the info card. The male version is identical aside from the absence of eye lashes on the puzzle and the use of he/him pronouns on the card.
A very hungry monkey, with all the "bananas" laid out neatly beside the puzzle. 16 small and one large banana,
Feed the Monkey puzzle in solved position laid on it's side. A US quarter is shown for scale.
A picture of a starving monkey puzzle. All 17 bananas laid alongside the puzzle.
Feed the Monkey Puzzle and pieces.  A packing puzzle demonstrating the quirky sense of humour of the two brass monkey chaps.
Feed the Monkey Puzzle together with package. We decided to have fun with this one, and use the inspired choice of a rubber banana, for some somewhat unusual packaging.
One Peckish Primate, One rubber banana, Sixteen small brass bananas, One large brass banana, and a UK Two Pound Coin.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Feed the Monkey Puzzle showing the solved position. With all bananas fully contained within the peckish primate.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Feed the Monkey puzzle in starting position. Large banana only half swallowed.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Female Feed the Monkey puzzle laid along side the info card. The male version is identical aside from the absence of eye lashes on the puzzle and the use of he/him pronouns on the card.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A very hungry monkey, with all the "bananas" laid out neatly beside the puzzle. 16 small and one large banana,
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Feed the Monkey puzzle in solved position laid on it's side. A US quarter is shown for scale.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A picture of a starving monkey puzzle. All 17 bananas laid alongside the puzzle.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Feed the Monkey Puzzle and pieces.  A packing puzzle demonstrating the quirky sense of humour of the two brass monkey chaps.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Feed the Monkey Puzzle together with package. We decided to have fun with this one, and use the inspired choice of a rubber banana, for some somewhat unusual packaging.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, One Peckish Primate, One rubber banana, Sixteen small brass bananas, One large brass banana, and a UK Two Pound Coin.

Feed The Monkey : Brass Packing Puzzle

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The Puzzle: Your greedy little monkey has already eaten a whole bunch of bananas saving the biggest and best for last. Unfortunately, with eyes bigger than it's belly, the last extra large banana has only been partly eaten. Can you feed your monkey so that every last bit of nutritious banana is swallowed? Technical Specifications: Each monkey comprises a linished brass head and bum with a black Aluminium Oxide blasted, acid etched, polyester powder-coated aluminium body. The bananas have been custom machined in brass and, been though the UK is no longer a part of Europe they remain in adherence with the European banana standards.

A fully fed monkey weighs around 1.24 lbs / 563 g is 90mm tall, 32mm deep and wide. The main (and only) orifice comfortably accommodates a 6mm diameter banana. Male and Female Monkeys are identical with the exception of some beautiful eyelashes on the ladies. We had a ton of fun making this design!