Artists Pay Tribute To The Victims Of Charlie Hebdo Shooting

Artists Pay Tribute To Charlie Hebdo Victims


by Emily Phillips |

As the shockwaves continue following yesterday's massacre at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, the world has come together to show that free speech will not be slain alongside the 12 who died.

Social media users changed their avatars to reflect their solidarity with #JeSuisCharlie, members of the public communed in city centres, pens and illustrations in hand in protest, and a silence was held across Europe.

And as news breaks that journalists who survived the terrorist attack will work with ex-employees to defiantly publish the magazine next week, artists across the globe have shown their might with a selection of illustrated tributes.

Here are some of the most poignant...

[View the story "Je Suis Charlie Tributes" on Storify]

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