Danbee Kim is a Korean American artist based in Chicago, IL. Her first art and political home was with For the People Artists Collective, a group of queer and trans BIPOC artists who created radical art for social justice movements in Chicago. With a background as a social worker, teaching artist, illustrator, and brand designer, Danbee’s current practice is to use digital illustration and graphic design to show what’s possible when we move together as a collective ecosystem. She partners with community-based organizations building alternatives to carceral solutions and fighting against corporate interests to usher in a world where collective flourishing is not limited to just a few but for all. Her work has been displayed at the Hairpin Arts Center, Roman Susan Gallery, School of Art Institute Galleries, New Mount Pilgrim MB Church, and, most importantly, the streets of Chicago.