Jaxson's World was officially formed in October of 2017 by Jordan and Ally Ellis. Prior to forming Jaxson's World the couple had spent a long time trying to piece together a creative, outer space theme nursery for their new son, Jaxson. The products they found were few and far between, and often boring and unoriginal. Jordan decided to create his own designs to decorate Jaxson's nursery.
Combining his traditional and digital art experience, Jordan created original and playful designs by hand, and brought them into Photoshop to create a truly unique pattern. This pattern was then used to create outer space themed products for Jaxson's nursery. Since then, Jordan has continued to expand and create new artwork in other themes; always with the goal of creating the most unique, fun and captivating patterns.
Jaxson was born with Trisomy 21 in June of 2015, which was hard news for the young couple to hear at the time of his diagnoses (12 weeks into pregnancy). Now at 5 years old, he is the most happy, well mannered and inspiring child that Jordan and Ally could have ever imagined. Since Jaxson's birth, he has brought so much joy to so many lives. Jaxson's World was created in his name to spread that joy with the rest of the world.
It's Jaxson's World's promise to donate 5% of all profit to special needs charities.
Jaxson's World CEO (cutest executive officer) Jaxson Ellis
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