A full-color trouncing of the Bush dynasty from cult-favorite "Village Voice" cartoonist Ward Sutton, "Sutton Impact" brings together for the first time the artist's hilarious, irreverent social commentary and his vivid poster art. More than 200 pieces document the flights and folly of an era, from politics to popular music, excoriating the USA PATRIOT Act, John Ashcroft's evangelical songwriting, the Democrats' domestic blunders and much more.
Sutton is one of the country's most acclaimed political cartoonists, in a group with Tom Tomorrow, David Rees and Ted Rall. "Sutton Impact" includes a section of post-election cartoons from late 2004 and early 2005.
Ward Sutton is an illustrator whose work has appeared in "The New York Times Magazine," "Rolling Stone," "The Nation," "George," "Esquire," "Time," "Sports Illustrated," "Entertainment Weekly," "The New Republic," "Premiere" and elsewhere. His weekly strip has run in the "The Village Voice" since 1998. He lives in Manhattan with his wife Sue.