The contributing New Yorker cartoonists* on this week’s Daily Cartoon: Jeremy Nguyen, Avi Steinberg, Lars Kenseth, and Jason Adam Katzenstein (3/4ths of the drawings in the realm of Trump).
Contributing New Yorker cartoonists on this week’s Daily Shouts (team efforts all): Olivia de Recat (w/Chris Weller), Jeremy Nguyen (w/Chris Kozminski), and Jason Adam Katzenstein (w/Julia Edelman).
*The Spill considers “contributing New Yorker cartoonists” cartoonists whose work has appeared in the print edition of the New Yorker.
Video of Interest: A BBC Portrait of Liza Donnelly
From the BBC, “Drawing For Change: Liza Donnelly” — this recent profile of Ms. Donnelly,
Blog of Interest: A New Yorker State of Mind
The Spill applauds one of its favorite blogs, A New Yorker State of Mind: Reading Every Issue of The New Yorker Magazine. The latest post looks closely at the last issues of the last summer of the 1920s. This is a terrific read.
The Daily cartoons were 4/5s Trumpian this week, with an argument to be made for the 5th being in the Trump sphere as well. The cartoonists: Joe Dator, Ellis Rosen, Paul Noth, Peter Kuper, and JAK.
Contributing New Yorker cartoonists on the Daily Shouts: Liana Finck, and Sara Lautman.
You can see all the work, and more, here.
Cartoon Companion Rates the Latest New Yorker Cartoons
In a world where there are very few websites devoted to New Yorker cartoons, Cartoon Companion is all by itself as a place where the latest cartoons are prodded, poked and evaluated. Here’s the latest installment.
Mostly Trumpian Daily cartoons this week (as they’ve been for quite some time), with a bonus Daily courtesy of Barry Blitt on Friday. Others contributing through the week: Peter Kuper (twice), Lars Kenseth, David Sipress and Brendan Loper.
Daily Shouts contributing New Yorker cartoonists were: Sophia Warren & Jeremy Nguyen (a team effort, Liana Finck, Jason Adam Katzenstein (with Karen Chee), and Maggie Larson.
Edward Sorel in The New York Times Book Review
I should’ve mentioned this a while back, but better late than…well you know. Our grand master of caricature, Edward Sorel has been working on a series of back pages for The New York Times Book Review. His latest: “The Rise and Fall of Truman Capote” appears this week.
Mr. Sorel has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1990.
Link to his website here.
Another cycle of news cycles, another week’s worth of Daily cartoons. This week’s work brought to you by Danny Shanahan, Jeremy Nguyen, Pia Guerra, Avi Steinberg, and Kim Warp.
And over on the Daily Shouts, the contributing New Yorker cartoonists were Jason Adam Katzenstein, Olivia de Recat, and Tom Chitty.
— All of the above work, and more, can be found here!
Follow-up: Lars Kenseth’s Pilot
Here’s a promo from Adult Swim wherein you’ll find a snippet from Lars Kenseth’s Chuck Deuce.
Link to Mr. Kenseth’s website here.
The Daily Cartoons (not 100% Trumpian, but close!) were handled this past week by the following cartoonists: Darrin Bell, Ellis Rosen, Emily Flake, Drew Panckeri, and Brendan Loper.
And over on Daily Shouts, the contributing New Yorker cartoonists were Liana Finck, and a team effort by Jason Adam Katzenstein and Sophia Warren.
All of the above work and more can be found here.
More Mischa on Attempted Bloggery
Stephen Nadler continues his Mischa Richter fest on Attempted Bloggery. Mr. Richter is a member the Spill’s K Club (the club’s 23 member have sold a thousand or more cartoons to The New Yorker). Mr. Richter’s New Yorker career spanned sixty-one years (I believe the cartoonist record-holder is William Steig at seventy-three years).
This week’s Daily cartoons: Trump, Trump, Trump, Trump, TV.
Brought to you by: David Sipress, whose work book-ended the week, first with a Trumpian cartoon on Monday, and on Friday with a Handmaid’s Tale/Westworld themed cartoon; a very very Trumpian cartoon by Peter Kuper, a Trumpish cartoon by Brendan Loper, and a Lars Kenseth Trump/Macron cartoon.
New Yorker cartoonists contributing to the Daily Shouts: Jason Adam Katzenstein (with Phil McAndrew), and Barry Blitt.
All of the above and more can be found here.