International Cartoonists at TEDWomen

The cartoon above is one from my TED talk. I spoke about cartoonists from around the world, and in context, discuss my particularly American perspective as a cartoonist.  Of course, not that I would say what the woman above is saying, but I am making fun of people who might!

Before I left for Washington, I posted a slide show on the site I edit called World Ink. These are all of cartoons from the exhibit I curated at TEDWomen. The exhibit is men and women cartoonists from around the globe responding in their visual styles to the statement “The fun, folly and fleibility of women.”  Here is the link.

The conference has been wonderful, and my talk went beautifully. I wasn’t nervous, which surprised me!  Here are some photos from the day’s events. I will write more when I return to New York.


About Liza Donnelly

Cartoonist and writer and live drawer for The New Yorker, CBS News. Speaker for TED and others. Books: Women On Men,
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3 Responses to International Cartoonists at TEDWomen

  1. Congrats, Liza! What a wonderful honor. Can’t wait to see the video. Enjoy every moment of your time at TED!

  2. mauren says:

    Hey Liza, I´m a brazilian cartoonist and I just met you work. (sorry about my english)
    It is lovely, funny and surely make me think.
    all the best,

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