HOUSTON, TX – Houston-based contemporary artist Jumper Maybach has created an internationally known brand based on love, acceptance, and happiness. His colorful abstract works have been showcased everywhere from Dubai to Paris to his current home of Houston.
A victim of workplace bullying, Maybach found solace in art and now shares his message of spreading love, not hate around the globe. The artist is known for speaking about National Bullying Prevention Month as well as other October holidays including: LGBT History Month, Global Diversity Awareness Month and National Arts & Humanities Month.
Jumper Maybach was born from a very real, very relatable moment during a time where many people were tormented for their unique differences. In 2010, Ben Workman felt trapped, lost and unable to express his true self after years of bullying, that’s when Jumper emerged.
The Jumper Maybach persona gives Workman the power to unleash his creativity, release his frustrations, and manifest the artist he’d never known himself to be.
Today, Jumper Maybach has evolved into the artist who now speaks to us from a healed place, and a brand that inspires an awakening within all of us -- empowering us to express our individuality, to heal, and to help end hate through love and understanding.
Jumper Maybach is a powerful and inspirational brand whose art and designs are a beacon for ending hate, bullying and intolerance in the world. As an artist, Ben’s work expresses freedom, love and acceptance; it’s powerful message resonates across audiences no matter where they may be on their own personal journey.