Laurie Rosenwald

Painter, graphic designer, principal of rosenworld. Actually rosenworld doesn’t exist, but was launched in 1995 anyway. Laurie also does humor writing, and writing which is only marginally funny. She’s done many drawings for The New Yorker and The New York Times, and designed a whole bunch of stuff. Laurie speaks Swedish like a native New Yorker, and played “Woman” on “The Sopranos,” a role she was born to play. How to make Mistakes on Purpose is her super fun workshop. Her books include All the Wrong People Have Self-Esteem, and New York Notebook. The next may or may not be titled #whynotmetooShe can draw circles around other people that draw circles, and claims to have won all the usual awards.  No-one knows  where the money goes.