Political Art From Marie Antoinette To Ben Garrison with Eli Valley and Jason Katzenstein
1:00 - What is Political Cartooning? 3:11 - Evolution of Political Cartooning to “hackwork.” Political art gets point across better than the editorial format. Paul Conrad & Israel8:00 Marie Antoinette Cartoons from the French RevolutionCheck out the Gallery of Libelles against Marie Antoinette9:36 - Tijuana Bible - 10:00 - What do Simon Bolivar, Gandhi and Sarah Palin have in common? Porn 21:00 - Eli’s Drama with Megan McCain23:00 - What is Diaspora Boy? - Eli mentions the controversies regarding the Diaspora Boy. AB Yehoshua’s views on Diaspora JewsBenjamin Netanyahu’s flirts with Alt-right25:00 - New Yorker Cartoons - Jason explains his role in the New Yorker.36:00 - Jerry SeinfeldIDF Soldier Cosplay38:00 - Hamilton - Jason’s Live Drawing40:10: Hunger and Revolt DrawingsUpton Sinclair’s Donkey Handshake Meme45:17 Original Racist Thanks Giving CartoonEdited Cartoon51:00 - Ben Garrison CartoonsStefan Molyneux is a cultEli Valley’s Book: Diaspora BoyJason Katzenstein’s twitterJason’s new book Get full access to Historic.ly at historicly.substack.com/subscribe
America is the largest oil and gas producer! That was me, people! (w/ Eli Valley)
Minion Death Cult
This week political cartoonist and artist Eli Valley joins us to discuss the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the absolute heater of a Barack Obama portrait he unleashed on twitter last week, and the liberal response to both. Also, Ray J Politics' distinct posting style makes its way back onto the show with an invigorating, confusing screed about a possible Trump-approved Covid vaccine Support Eli Valley's work at https://www.patreon.com/elivalley Support the show for $3.11/month at http://patreon.com/miniondeathcult and get a bonus episode every week, access to all previous bonus episodes, and audio versions of our youtube livestreams Music: White Lung - Atlanta
Eli Valley is a political satirist with a growing reputation as one of today’s most biting critics of a broken American political system. He’s also the author and illustrator of the anthology Diaspora Boy: Comics on Crisis in America and Israel. His work offers a unique way to convey righteous indignation.A Jewish illustrator, Valley’s work is also deeply informed by Jewish traditions of social justice and care for the vulnerable. I’ll be talking to him about his upbringing, the connection from his work to his faith, as well as the usefulness of anger.
Four Jews, Six Opinions - Antisemitism in the 2020 Election w Katie Halper, Eli Valley, and Rabbi Brant Rosen
Class Time with Kenzo Shibata [FREE FEED]
Is it just me, or is the opposition to Bernie Sanders getting a little antisemitic in here? Check out this panel discussion featuring Katie Halper (Katie Halper Show, Useful Idiots podcast, @kthalps), Eli Valley (Illustrator, Author of Diaspora Boy, @elivalley), and MY RABBI Brant Rosen (Tzedek Chicago, JVP, Author Wrestling in the Daylight, @rabbibrant).
Comic Illustrator in chief of the dirt bag left Eli Valley joins me and Anders to talk about The Solidarity March Against Anti-Semitism as well as all of the bullshit that gets rained down upon him amidst our discourse. We also talk a little art theory and hoo boy to we get technical. Listen up to Eli you damn aspiring graphic designers.FOLLOWELI VALLY AT@EliValley and support his work at https://www.patreon.com/elivalleyWE ARE@PodDamnAmerica@feraljokes@andersleehere@ptakjokesSIGN UP FOR OUR PATREON AND SUPPORT US ATPatreon.com/PodDamnAmerica
CC: Ep. 21 - Satire is not Obsolete, w/ Eli Valley [FULL EPISODE}
Political cartoonist and contrarian Eli Valley is hauled into Court for claiming that even in our batshit 21st Century world, satire is not obsolete.Judge Gladstone presiding.Also, Mike and Wayne interview to be National Security Supervisor
Bea and Artie sit down with Eli Valley for a discussion on his work, getting banned from twitter at an ICE protest, bedbug Bret Stephens, Bari Weiss' forthcoming book, and the Splinter piece on the 'Morning Hate' alt right listserve.Then (52:01) Beatrice, Emily, Artie, and Phil discuss the reported $10-12 billion Purdue pharma settlement, Andrew Yang's climate change proposal, and a recent uptick in vape-related lung disease.💉 DP EP 78 💉 30 August 2019Support us on Patreon for a second full episode every week and our backlog of episodes:www.patreon.com/deathpanelpodBuy Eli's book Diaspora Boy: Comics on Crisis in America and Israel https://www.orbooks.com/catalog/diaspora-boy-eli-valley/and support Eli's work on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/elivalleyReferenced in this episode:Hannah Gais, "Leaked Emails Show How White Nationalists Have Infiltrated Conservative Media" (Splinter) - https://splinternews.com/leaked-emails-show-how-white-nationalists-have-infiltra-1837681245You can find the Death Panel's draft commentary to keep SNAP benefits from being taken from over 3.1 million people, and send it to SNAPPDBRules@usda.gov, here: bit.ly/Save-SNAP🧬
Nostalgia Trap - Episode 159: Subtext Becomes Text w/ Eli Valley
Eli Valley is a comic artist and writer with an intense, visceral aesthetic that perfectly captures the rotten politics of our age. His acclaimed anthology Diaspora Boy: Comics on Crisis in America and Israel features a broad sample of his work over the past ten years. In this conversation we talk about his influences, both politically and artistically, and explore the historic and current role of counterculture in building left solidarity against fascism.
Eli Valley joins Eat The Rich to describe his arrest during the ICE protest at the NYC Amazon Store this week.We talk burgeoning US fascism, how companies that profit from it, and how Anthony Scaramucci made a failed musical about the Trump family.
In March, a comic by Eli Valley landed him on the radar of Meghan McCain. There was nothing extraordinaire about the piece from a cartoonist who has long wading into the divisive world of U.S.-Israeli relations, but the commentary about the American right’s relationship with the country caused The View cohost to lash out on Twitter. That, in term, put a relatively unknown cartoonist in the national spotlight. But in spite of the conversations it provoked, Valley explains that publicity doesn’t always equate to income. He’s quick to plug his recently opened Patreon account in hopes of making a living at his art. Valley’s work is part commentary, part personal catharsis, exorcising the demons of the most politically charged era of most of our lifetimes. In deals in politics and identity through a lens of grotesqueries inspired by humor cartoonists like Basil Wolverton. It doesn’t avert its gauze from the subject matter — a fact that makes for better work, but not always financial gain.