Vanndearlyn Vong

Vanndearlyn Vong is an artist proudly born-and-raised in Long Beach, CA. She earned her B.A in Political Science, with a Minor in Cambodian Language and Culture in 2021.

Her work is rooted in the fight for a deportation-free world, incorporating her Cambodian heritage and passion for politics. 40% of all sales directly support The Long Beach Southeast Asian Anti-Deportation Collective’s organizing efforts.


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Donut Pipes (2022)
A box of functional, ceramic donut pipes. These pipes are an homage to the resilience of Cambodian families, who resettled after the Khmer Rouge, and own the majority of donut shops in California.

Abolish ICE Magnets (2021)
These Abolish ICE magnets are based on the idea of détournement, a method of social resistance through intervention with a counter-message. These magnets are a permanent reminder to keep the conversation alive around ending deportations.

Khmer Elephant Vessel (2022)
This ceramic elephant was created in the traditional Khmer style, featuring lotus flower and fish egg carvings. Inspired by ancient Khmer ceramics from the Angkor era.