In "A Brodner Minute," Steve Brodner's animated series for The Washington Spectator, the illustrator skewers the 2012 candidates and other delicious targets. Next up: Mitt Romney.
"I think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign. Everything changes. It's almost like an Etch A Sketch. You can kind of shake it all up and we start all over again." That's what senior Romney adviser Eric Fehrstrom mused recently, anyway, instantly relaunching the Etch A Sketch back into popular parlance. In this animated fantasia, Romney reprises some of his most questionable lines from the 2012 campaign in the guise of a very sketchy character.
Steve Brodner, the award-winning satiric artist for The New Yorker and other publications, has been skewering the famous and infamous for the last three decades. His work has appeared in most major publications in the U.S. Since 2008, he has produced animation for The New Yorker, PBS, and Slate. He lives and draws in New York City. His website is brodnersbicycle.com.
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