Three masked gunmen entered the magazine offices Tuesday and fatally shot 12 artists and editors.
People around the world have joined in solidarity to grieve for the Charlie Hebdo staff, many taking up the creed of “Je suis Charlie” or “I am Charlie” in French.
Many artists have gone one step further and created their own cartoons to memorialize the victims and honor their creative spirit and artistic mission.
From artist Lucille Clerc. (Photo: Instagram)
From artist David Palumbo. (Photo: Creative Bloq)
From artist James Walmesley. (Photo: Creative Bloq)
From artist David Pope. (Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter) Posted to Twitter user Boulet. (Translation: Ducks always fly higher than guns. “Canard” is also slang for “magazine.”)
From artist Ruben L. Oppenheimer. (Photo: Twitter)
From artist Antonio Branco. (Photo: Fox News)
From artist Loïc Sécheresse. (Photo: Twitter)
From artist Joep Bertrams. (Photo: Twitter)
From artist Darrin Bell. (Photo: Twitter)
From artist Ann Telnaes. (Photo: Twitter)
From Instagram user @lucrezialucotti. (Photo: Instagram)
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