These Cartoons From Artists Responding To The Charlie Hebdo Shooting Will Break Your Heart

In the aftermath of the terrorist attack on satirical newspaper ‘Charlie Hebdo’ that left 12 people dead, artists have been coming up with their own powerful responses to the shooting incident.


1. David Pope


2. Ruben L. Oppenheimer


3. Jean Jullien

https://twitter.com/jean_jullien/status/552829637215408128

“I am Charlie.”


4. Boulet

“Ducks will always fly higher than guns.” (Ducks in French is also a slang term for newspaper.)

5. Joep Bertrams

“Unstoppable Charlie Hebdo.”


6. Plantu

“My heart is with Charlie Hebdo.”

7. Tommy Dessine

“Oh no… not them…”

8. Zep

https://twitter.com/LoicHostetter/status/552851362636394498

“Cabu, Wolinski, Tignous, Charb
A death stupid and mean…

God: Cabu? For once, you’re early.”

9. Neelabh Banerjee

10. Loïc Sécheresse

11. Nate Beeler

12. Bernardo Erlich

“The world has become so serious that humor is a risky profession.”

13. JM:o

“Murderous attack at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo.”

14. Carlos Latuff

15. Martin Vidberg

“Today, I am a press cartoonist. Today, I am a journalist. Today, I draw for Charlie Hebdo.”

16. Rafael Mantesso

liberté d'expression #JESUISCHARLIE #CHARLIEHEBDO inspired in David Pope

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17. Francisco J. Olea

“Grab your weapons mates.”

18. Tomi Ungerer

“No Freedom without freedom of press.”

19. Nono

“Died for the freedom of expression.”

20. Ann Telnaes

21. Magnus Shaw

22. Banksy

RIP @lucille_clerc

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And in Paris, where the shooting took place, this is the response of the people:


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