Charlie Hebdo: Illustrators and cartoonists respond

Illustrators and cartoonists worldwide have responded to the horrific attack at French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo with images of outrage and support

Illustrators and cartoonists worldwide have responded to the horrific attack at French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo with images of outrage and support

One of the most widely shared responses was by French illustrator Jean Jullien (shown top) who stated on his website that he was “devastated by what happened at Charlie Hebdo. Freedom of speech is a universal right and a worthy cause”,

 

James Jarvis also shared this message of solidarity

 

And this was James Victore‘s response

 

Lucille Clerc contributed this (which was widely attributed to Banksy,including by us initially)

 

This from Gwendal Le Bec

 

In today’s papers, cartoonists express thier solidarity with their murdered colleagues at Charlie Hebdo, Jean Cabut, Georges Wolinski, Philippe Honoré and Bernard Verlhac (full list of all those who died here). Steve Bell in The Guardian was typically muscular in his response

 

The Independent’s front page carries this from Dave Brown

 

Other notable responses include this from David Pope

 

From Francisco J Olea

 

And from Ruben L. Oppenheimer

 

 

 

 

 

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