Jane Rosenberg‘s courtroom sketch of former president Donald Trump scowling at his recent Manhattan arraignment has not only gone viral, but has gone to the cover of The New Yorker.
The Reuters Pictures Twitter page shared a courtroom sketch of Trump by Jane Rosenberg—that has now been viewed two million times—before social media users began sharing memes and jokes in response.
Truth is stranger than fiction: for the first time in its long history, The New Yorker is publishing a courtroom sketch on the cover.
Jane Rosenberg, the artist behind the cover for the April 17, 2023, issue, was one of three approved sketch artists in the courtroom on the fifteenth floor of the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse, on April 4, 2023, when the former President Donald Trump was arraigned on thirty-four felony charges of falsifying business records.
Hyperallergic interviews the artist about her day in court with Trump.
2 thoughts on “From Court Sketch to New Yorker Cover”
Trump looks true to form, an angry bitter basterd, knowing that this time he may not get away with his 40 + years of crimes and misdemeanors. Let’s see what Fulton County Georgia, the federal investigator in the Mar Alago classified documents and NY attorney general Letitia James render soon.
The orange man, maybe in an orange jumpsuit this time next year. We can always hope.
I love the fact she is 72, still working and still loving her job. That’s something I hope to be doing at that age.
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