Jason Naylor is an award-winning artist, muralist, and author based in Brooklyn, New York. His work crafts a technicolor campaign celebrating messages of radical joy and resilient positivity. Audiences around the world love Jason’s artwork for its potent combination of vivid hues and dynamic designs. He has received global recognition from the likes of The Art Directors Club and Bowery Awards, he holds 2 Clio Bronze Medals, and is a Golden Novum Design Award recipient. His work has been featured in numerous publications ranging from Print Magazine to Street Art United States. In 2018, BUMBLE named Jason one of the 100 Most Inspiring New Yorkers. His creations have graced partnerships with Coach, Pepsi, Guess, XBOX, Maybelline and more.
Mancel Lindsey is an artist, 3D artist, and animator based in St. Petersburg, Florida. His work seeks to answer the unanswerable questions that permeate our collective consciousness. He is passionate about the intersection of the physical and digital. He fervently explores the foundational truths of existence, singularities, nothingness, and time. Poetry is Mancel’s favorite pairing for visual art. It gives the viewer a singular focus for which to set their mind while exploring, therefore becoming the artwork itself, no less than the brush strokes or moving pixels it represents. Mancel works at the very edge where technology and consciousness live. For Mancel, creating is existing and he aims to create what he wants to exist.
KINDNESS.ORG uses science to unlock the power and potential of humanity's greatest asset: kindness. They’re a research-led nonprofit dedicated to educating and inspiring people to choose kindness first. Through their research hub, Kindlab, they investigate the costs and benefits of kindness, and the role it can play in solving modern problems. Using these learnings, they create action-based products and programs to bring effective kindness to schools, communities, and workplaces around the world. Their flagship program, Learn Kind, is an inquiry-based kindness and social-emotional learning curriculum that helps students in K-8 grade classrooms experience the impacts of kindness firsthand. Launched in 2020, Learn Kind has served more than 38,000 students around the world - and more every day. Everything they do is in service of their vision of a world where kindness is at the forefront of human interaction.