Tori Press is a self-taught artist based in Los Angeles, California. After 10 years of work as a freelance graphic designer with her own company, Tori decided to shut down her client-facing business and work on creating art inspired by her yoga practice. She began posting her art on Instagram in 2017, finding an incredible following of likeminded human beings, and embarking on a wonderful adventure of growth, self-discovery, self-healing, and human connection.
Tori draws about what it’s like to be a human being: the good, the bad, and mostly the vulnerable. She draws to help herself cultivate more mindfulness, joy, gratitude, and self-acceptance in her life, and in hopes that her art will help shine a little light for you on your own path as well.
Life is a journey. And even though everyone’s journey is different and unique, we all share one thing that binds us together—our search for self-acceptance and self-love.
Half the time, we feel like we have no idea what we’re doing—and that’s okay. It’s something that author and Instagram artist Tori Press knows all too well. In I Am Definitely, Probably Enough (I Think) book, Press uses the power of image to tackle the major themes in her life that keep her from loving herself—questions about self-worth, fluctuating self-esteem, anxiety, depression, external pressures from society, body image, and so on. She may not have all the answers, but she’s trying, and half the time that’s all that really matters.