I created this piece during Inktober 2017. I was inspired by a sculpture I saw at the Walker Sculpture Garden whose body and face was split into two. I wanted to apply that concept to a self-portrait, since I so often feel disconnected from myself and from others. The x's in the background represent cross-stitched paj … Continue reading Dis/connected
I created this piece during Inktober 2017. I was inspired by the prompt "Mountains." I thought about the mountains that I have a relationship with, and these mountains in Hawaii stood out the most. This piece is my 할아버지 (grandpa) and me holding hands, visiting my 할머니's (grandma's) ashes for the first time. My grandpa … Continue reading Mountains
This piece was created during Inktober 2017, inspired by the prompt "Unravel." 10/3/17 © 2017 Tori Hong. All rights reserved.
I created this comic for a police abolition initiative I’m a part of: MPD150. 2017 is the 150th anniversary of the Minneapolis Police Department, and at this historic moment, we’re calling for an end of an era of policing in Minneapolis and around the world. This comic was published in the MPD150 zine, September 2017. … Continue reading “What does a police-free world look like?”