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The 2 Million Dollar Puzzle by MSCHF – Win Chance At Cash Prizes With This 500-Piece Puzzle

Father’s Day is right around the corner and if you’re looking for the perfect gift for the dad in your life, maybe you should tap into his curiosity with a one-of-a-kind puzzle. Puzzles have been around for millennia. They tap into our natural curiosity about the world around us and satisfy that itch for creative problem-solving. This puzzle from MSCHF is not only a challenging puzzle, but also a shot at being a millionaire.
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NYP readers get first dibs: Win $2 million by solving this 500-piece puzzle

Puzzle lovers, you are in luck! Imagine all the fun of putting together a 500-piece puzzle with the added delight of potentially winning two million dollars! Yep, MSCHF, the makers of the One Million Dollar Puzzle, are back with a puzzle that’s double the fun and potential reward — The Two Million Dollar Puzzle. And NYP readers are getting first dibs on purchasing this puzzle, which guarantees everyone’s a winner and takes home between $1 and $2,000,000 upon completion, before it’s released to the public on May 16th. Snag it in advance and try your luck now for just $30,...
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Complete the MSCHF puzzle for a chance to win $1,000,000

The following content is brought to you by ZDNet partners. If you buy a product featured here, we may earn an affiliate commission or other compensation. Assembling jigsaw puzzles is fun, and there's always a great deal of satisfaction when you slide that last piece into place. But there's not a whole lot that can beat finishing a puzzle and winning money when you do. And now, you can win anywhere between $1 to $1 million with The 2 Million Dollar Puzzle.
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Vans Accuses MSCHF of Violating Temporary Restraining Order

Click here to read the full article. The skate label wants MSCHF to pay a coercive fine and attorneys’ fees. This content is for Limited, SJ Promo- 40% off, Annual, SJ Promo 50% off, $2/ Week, $3 / Week, SJ Promo- 25% off, $15 a Month and SJ Test 1 members only. You can read up to five free articles each month with a Limited Level Subscription. Please visit the site and log in, or subscribe to read. More from Sourcing JournalThom Browne Explains Why it Wants to Cancel an Adidas TrademarkDid This Podcast Interview Kill MSCHF's Chances in Vans Lawsuit?MSCHF Makers: Is Yeezy the 'Satan Shoe' Mastermind's Next Muse?Best of Sourcing JournalAllbirds and Chinatown Market Upcycle Scraps Into Auctionable FashionSourcing Snapshot: Global Footwear Manufacturing and Trade
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Updated: Vans Accuses MSCHF of Continuing to Sell Wavy Baby Sneakers

Click here to read the full article. Updated, May 2: Vans is accusing MSCHF of violating a temporary restraining order that restricts the Brooklyn-based art collective from selling shoes that appear to be based on the Vans Old-Skool silhouette. A federal judge in late April ordered MSCHF to halt marketing, selling, promotion, and fulfillment for its MSCHF x Tyga “Wavy Baby” sneakers in the midst of a lawsuit regarding the shoes. According to the motion, sneaker orders that had already been placed had to be reversed or cancelled. For orders that could be cancelled, MSCHF had to escrow these funds in the...
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Complex

Vans Says MSCHF Is Still Shipping Wavy Baby Shoes Despite Court Order

In a new filing in the eastern district of New York court yesterday, Vans argues that controversial Brooklyn art collective MSCHF is violating a recent court order by continuing to fulfill orders for its Old Skool-like Wavy Baby sneakers. Late last month, Judge William Kuntz granted Vans a temporary restraining...
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Thrillist

The First-Ever Holy Water-Infused Hard Seltzer Is Here

According to the Bible, Jesus turned water into wine, and now, MSCHF is turning holy water into hard seltzer. The boundary-pushing American art collective is making its foray into the booze industry with the launch of its Sacred Seltzer. The 5% ABV beverage, which is available in Mango, Cherry, and...
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