Lukas Bentel

chief creative officer of MSCHF

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A group called MSCHF recently bought an original Andy Warhol drawing, called “Fairies,” for $20,000.

Would you pay $250 for Andy Warhol drawing? 999 copies and 1 original are on sale

A group called MSCHF recently bought an original Andy Warhol drawing, called “Fairies,” for $20,000.

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