Kah Yangni is an illustrator living in the city of Philadelphia, PA. They make heartfelt, neon visions of justice, queerness, and joy. Their art has been shared by people like Indya Moore and Alok V. Menon, and they’ve worked with the New York Times, Vice Media, Bust Magazine, as well as with projects like the National Women’s Law Center, Rock the Vote, and the Movement for Black Lives. Kah’s upcoming projects include a billboard on the sacredness of trans people in Richmond, TX and a mural in downtown Philadelphia.
Last updated: Jan 22, 2021