LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Liza Donnelly, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 1979, made her sixth visit to draw live from the 2023 Oscars. Donnelly made history in 2016 by being the first person to ever ‘draw live” on the red carpet. She has now taken to her Twitter account to share her Oscar designs. The “Shouts & Murmurs” Twitter account shared a series of his drawings. Hollywood’s biggest night is back as the 2023 Oscars kick off on Sunday, March 12 at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.
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“New York cartoonist @lizadonnelly is at the #Oscars, drawing all the action live. Follow her to see what she hears on the red carpet and behind the scenes,” Shouts & Murmurs tweeted, accompanied by a series of Donnelly’s drawings. Donnelly then retweeted them. The designs feature Malala Yousafzai on the red carpet, glimpses of Lenny Kravitz, Sandra Oh and Mindy Kaling, Best Supporting Actress nominee Angela Bassett, and Ke Huy Quan accepting his Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, among others.
New York cartoonist @lizadonnelly is at the #Oscars, drawing all the action live. Follow her to see what she hears on the red carpet and backstage at the awards show. pic.twitter.com/Vgtgkbp3kw
— Screams and Whispers (@newyorkerhumor) March 12, 2023
‘Made me cry’
Fans hailed Donnelly’s designs, with one saying, “Still ripping!” “Am I the only one who liked this performance? I loved it,” said another. One of them said, “Made me cry.”
Always tearing up!
— DB Martin (@DBMartin) March 13, 2023
Am I the only one who loved this performance? I liked it.
— Dr. Vicki Hayes (@WonderfulwomanK) March 13, 2023
Made me cry.
— MaryL (@Mim5453) March 13, 2023
“Today is the day! You will do your aikido dance with your pencil,” said one user, while another wrote, “Seeing Oscar through your artwork is a unique experience. like the others”. “Liza, if you could ever do a #solar cartoon, that would be amazing. It’s pretty invisible in Hollywood #films and #tv today, so we’re doing our part with a #solar fiction podcast. J hope you can contribute one day with a cartoon or a book! Have fun at the #Oscars,” one user asked.
Today is the day! You will do your Aikido dance with your pencil.
— mimsy notion (@mimsynotion) March 12, 2023
Thank you @lizadonnelly
Seeing 👀Oscar through your artwork is an experience like no other pic.twitter.com/9CjvCBBdJB
— Pouya Parvizfar (@PouyaParvizfar) March 12, 2023
Liza, if you could ever do a #solar cartoon that would be great. It’s pretty invisible in Hollywood #film and #tv today, so we’re doing our part with a #solar fiction podcast. I hope you can contribute one day with a cartoon or a book! Have fun at the #Oscars!
— Probably True Solar Stories (@ProbTrueSolar) March 12, 2023
Who is Lisa Donnelly?
Liza Donnelly is an award-winning writer and cartoonist for The New Yorker Magazine. She’s been drawing cartoons and writing about culture and politics for 40 years here. “Donnelly has delivered a wildly popular TED talk, which has been translated into 40 languages and viewed over 1.4 million times. She is a return speaker at SXSW, has spoken at the United Nations in New York and Geneva, at the New Yorker Festival, five (most recently in Charlottesville, Virginia), universities, NGOs, and corporations in the United States and abroad, Donnelly’s website says.
“In 2016, Donnelly was the first cartoonist to gain on-site access to live sketch the Oscars and the red carpet; she returns every year as an Oscars cartoonist. Both on-site and remotely, she has covered the Presidential Debates, State of the Union, Impeachment Trial, Election Results, Emmys, Golden Globes, Grammys, BET Awards, Tonys, Olympics, World Cup, Super Bowl , literary events, etc.,” he adds.
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