Pablo Stanley, the founder of Robotos, has launched Humankind, the next-generation IP Entertainment Web3 studio. The franchises will be powered by crowd-sourced storytelling, with a foundation to provide artists with basic income so they can have further freedom to create their work.
Humankind, which launched a few days ago, is a new web3 IP studio founded by the artist and tech entrepreneur, Pablo Stanley. Alongside him, artist and tech creative producer, Marian Pedroza. The pair have previously worked together for years creating content to bring more smiles to people. As well as this, inspire fellow artists and creatives.
For Humankind, Stanley will focus on developing IP for the emerging metaverse, from video games and animation to comic books, cinema, and streaming TV shows with a creative studio. Overall, the company’s mission is to use the power of decentralization and technology, which is in abundance in crypto, to bring the future visions of its fans to life.
The studio has launched with three core divisions: ‘Humankind Studios’, ‘The Humankind Foundation’ and ‘blockchain, technology and decentralization’. Respectively, they will focus on producing fine art and content, providing a basic income to artists. And finally, building a platform to let people contribute their art and tell stories.
Founders of the project, Pablo and Marian said: “Humankind aims to bring warm, human, and empathetic images of the future. These visions come from our concerns about our future as species. We believe we can only solve Humankind’s problems by working together. We must first imagine and discuss what’s worth striving for, embracing community dreams and feedback.”
For more information on Humankind, you can visit their website or follow their Twitter.
Who is Pablo Stanley?
Pablo Stanley is an artist and creative director behind many NFT projects. Among projects such as Blush.design, Bueno, Carbon Health, and more than ten open source illustration libraries, Robotos is his standout, with the project having a 0.19 ETH floor.
In total, all of the collections he has worked on have summed up to 5 million fans and users worldwide.
Stanley also has a kids TV show, made in production with TIME Studios, an Emmy award-winning television and film division of TIME Magazine.
His verified Twitter account hosts over 103,000 followers, including Gary Vaynerchuk, FEWOCiOUS and Clon, founder of Cool Cats.