Laurie Rosenwald is a painter, author, and principal of rosenworld, a design, illustration and animation studio. Actually there is no studio, Miss Rosenwald usually works alone, and rosenworld doesn’t exist. In spite of this, rosenworld.com was launched in 1995. Rosenwald graduated from Rhode Island School of Design, and has taught at Pratt Institute, Parsons School of Design, and School of Visual Arts.
She divides her time between Sweden and New York City, and has had solo exhibitions at Galerie Pixi in Paris, among others. She’s done many drawings for The New Yorker magazine, The New York Times, and other fine publications.
Her most recent book is titled “all the wrong people have self-esteem” published by Bloomsbury. It is an inappropriate book for young ladies, and frankly, anybody else. Her children’s book, And To Name But Just a Few: Red, Yellow, Green, Blue was published by Blue Apple. Her New York Notebook is published by Chronicle- a hyperillustrated, overdesigned NYC guidebook, sketchbook, and blank book all mushed up together.
Bestselling author and humorist David Sedaris and Rosenwald have collaborated on an animated project: “David’s Diary” has been published as an app for iPad, iPhone and Android:
Laurie teaches an incredibly popular workshop called
“How to make Mistakes on Purpose.”
Meet in Miami in early April,
for an even-hotter version of
“how to make mistakes on purpose” workshop,
hosted by ADC!
Embarrassing ADC video with hat:
Politically incorrect interview with Sam Weber for “your dreams my nightmares”
IKEA has just launched the BECKMANS COLLECTION which began life in the WORKSHOP, at BECKMANS SKOLA in Stockholm:
Laurie appeared as “Woman” on “The Sopranos”, a role she was born to play. She can speak Swedish like a native New Yorker, and claims to have won all the usual awards.
conference speaker engagements include:
J&J GSDO Speaker Series
Bring Chaos to your Order.