Magazine article The Quill

Award Winner: Editorial Cartooning

Magazine article The Quill

Award Winner: Editorial Cartooning

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Steve Sack

Minneapolis (Minn.) Star Tribune

As an editorial cartoonist for the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, Steve Sack has more than 25 years of experience behind each of his cartoons. His career began at the University of Minnesota, where he worked illustrating features for the school paper. His talent then took him to Indiana for three years, then back to Minnesota, where he's been with the Star ever since.

"Every cartoon has its own goal, which can range from advocacy, outrage, poignancy or just simple humor, all depending on the topic," said Sack. "My entry reflected an attempt to show a broad spectrum of approaches to pictorial commentary."

Sack took George W. Bush, the Iraqi war and California politics and broke them down for his readers: Bush, surrounded with jets, tanks and ships, insists that "No decision has been made" about going to war; Uncle Sam honors fallen soldiers with a candle as their photos cover the United States; Bush shakes a box of "Iraqerjack," hopelessly seeking the "WMD Prize Inside! …

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