|April 28, 1992
|31 YEARS OLD
Zoë Ligon is a celebrated Conceptual Artist based in the United States, known for her innovative and thought-provoking works. As her talent and reputation continue to grow, it is estimated that by 2024, her net worth will range from $100K to $1M. With her unique approach and ability to push artistic boundaries, Ligon has garnered both critical acclaim and a dedicated following. Her distinct style and profound exploration of concepts have made her a prominent figure in the contemporary art scene, and her growing success is a testament to her exceptional talent and undeniable impact.
Visual artist and sex-positive educator whose work has been featured by Time Magazine, Refinery29, Yahoo! Style, Pitchfork & Ad Hoc and more. Pictures from her daily life as well as some of her artwork can be seen on her thongria Instagram account which is followed by 180,000.
She was a cheerleader in high school. In college, her OB-GYN falsely diagnosed her as being positive for HIV.
She is the CEO of an online sex-positive toy store called Spectrum Boutique.
She is from Detroit, Michigan.
One of her pieces of art is used as a banner for the Scooter Island song "Not Yours" that was featured in Ilana Glazer's Comedy Central series Broad City.