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La force des choses
30.12.09
 
Master David Levine (1926 – 2009)

For more than four decades, David Levine has pierced the public image of America’s presidents and politicians with a fistful of sharpened pen nibs and gallons of India ink carefully tinctured with carbolic.

"Politicians should be jumped on as often as possible" he once told Time Magazine.
Levine pounced where many feared to tread.

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