Jumble Prism is the second jumbling puzzle ever brought into existence (first was Helicopter Cube / Bevel Cube), and the first jumbling puzzle with non-platonic geometry. The puzzle can be considered the "godfather of all jumbling puzzles", as it has the most basic regular geometry for a twisty puzzle where all moves are jumbling moves.
Bram Cohen invented this puzzle. He told Oskar about it at the beach of Surfer Paradise in Australia at the occasion of the International Puzzle Party, August 2007. Several more and less successful prototypes have been made in a collaboration between Bram and Oskar, prototyped by George Miller. Finally, this is a well-working prototype, turning and jumbling the way Bram originally envisioned it.