We met Laurie Rosenwald about 10 years ago via our friend James over Manhattans at Prune in NYC. Shev and Laurie shared a cab home from dinner, and we’ve been in touch ever since. We are thrilled that Laurie is debuting her latest creation, “Melty Jewels,” at Placewares. Made in her studios in NYC and Gothenburg, Sweden, these bold and whimsical objects take Laurie’s widely celebrated graphic work into three dimensions.
This piece features a small clear, green and yellow glass pendant with a soft green string cord.
Material: Glass, Cotton Yarn
Dimensions: 1.1" x 1.1" Glass Pendant, 9" String Cord
MORE ABOUT LAURIE
Laurie Rosenwald (born 1955) is a New York City design luminary. Her illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, and many other publications. Some of her most recent work includes a collaboration with author David Sedaris on the animated series, “David’s Diary,” and Bloomingdale’s. A large-scale encaustic mural of hers was recently installed at TARGET’s New York City headquarters. She was also recently commissioned to design a series of postcards and greeting cards for the Whitney Museum.
Laurie’s “How to Make Mistakes on Purpose” workshop has been held at Starbucks, Google, IKEA, Johnson & Johnson, and Artek, as well as at RISD, NYU, and Pratt. She has appeared on “The Sopranos” and is an Emmy nominee for her work with Nickelodeon. She has received awards from the Type Director’s Club, Art Director’s Club, American Illustration, Communication Arts, and AIGA.
She is the author of three books: All the Wrong People Have Self-Esteem; And to Name Just But a Few: Red, Yellow, Green, Blue; and New York Notebook.