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Priority Delivers is back for the second year, taking to the streets of NYC in support of Mental Health Awareness Month and You Are Not Alone Murals (YANAM)—a public art project that aims to de-stigmatize dealing with mental health challenges and offers a message of hope to those who are struggling.
Through Priority Delivers, we’ve teamed up with six renowned artists—Dirty Bandits (YANAM co-founder), Jason Naylor, Adam Fujita, Chris Piascik, Marco Santini and Cris Pagnoncelli—who each custom-painted a Priority bicycle that will be used to deliver limited edition postcards with the message “You Are Not Alone” to unsuspecting New Yorkers through a series of group rides. The goal is to spark hope, connection, and conversation about the importance of mental health.
>> YOU HELPED US RAISE $3,645 IN SUPPORT OF YOU ARE NOT ALONE MURALS! <<
The six custom Priority Bicycles can be yours! Purchase raffle tickets for the chance to WIN a rolling work of art painted by Dirty Bandits, Jason Naylor, Adam Fujita, Chris Piascik, Marco Santini and Cris Pagnoncelli. Tickets start at just $10 and all money raised will be donated to support You Are Not Alone Murals. The last day to enter is May 31st. Thank you for your support and good luck!
CONGRATS TO WINNER GENNARO M. FROM NEW YORK
CONGRATS TO WINNER SIMON W. FROM OHIO
CONGRATS TO WINNER SAUL Q. FROM NEW JERSEY
CONGRATS TO WINNER DOUGLAS D. FROM NEVADA
CONGRATS TO WINNER CARLA F. FROM NEW JERSEY
CONGRATS TO WINNER SUSAN H. FROM WISCONSIN
You Are Not Alone Murals can already be found on walls in neighborhoods throughout NYC. Priority Delivers broadens the reach into new communities. This activation also recreates the emotions of encountering the murals in person—surprise, feeling seen and connected, that the encounter was “meant to be,” and concern about who else might need to hear this message—but on an intimate scale with one-on-one interaction. Every random recipient receives 2 postcards: one to keep and one to pass the message along. The postcards were generously donated by MOO and include contact info for NAMI-NYC who offers free services to help families and individuals affected by mental illness.
Bike rides will take place throughout the month of May in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our goal is to deliver 5,000 postcards using these one-of-a-kind artist series bicycles!
The mental health art project began in 2019 with three Brooklyn murals featuring the phrase “You Are Not Alone” and using a color palette of yellow, black, white, and gray. It has expanded to include 65+ murals painted across the United States and abroad. It was founded by long-time friends Annica Lydenberg (Dirty Bandits), art director, lettering artist, and mural painter, and Samantha Schutz, publishing director, mental health advocate, and the author of the critically-acclaimed anxiety disorder memoir, I Don’t Want to Be Crazy.