Embedded image permalink-powerful political cartoons responding to the Charlie Hebdo attack
powerful political cartoons responding to the Charlie Hebdo attack
powerful political cartoons responding to the Charlie Hebdo attack "How can I draw today? How can I not draw today?" and the text of the cartoon reads "Today I am an editorial cartoonist. Today I am a journalist. Today I draw for Charlie Hebdo."
The magazine's final tweet before the attack was a cartoon depicting ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi offering politically correct "best wishes" for the holiday season.
Le dessinateur Plantu, du journal Le Monde, de tout cœur avec Charlie Hebdo.
Boulet -- “Ducks will always fly higher than guns.” (In French, the word “canard” means “duck”, but is also a slang term for a newspaper.)
CHARLIE HEBDO I am devastated by what happened at Charlie Hebdo. Freedom of speech is a universal right and a worthy cause.
From French illustrator and comic artist Loic Secheresse / Cartoonists react to Paris attack
Albert Uderzo, the 87-year-old creator of famous French cartoon Asterix, came out of retirement last night to pen two drawings in tribute to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shootings.
Je suis Charlie
Chappatte illustrateur suisse
7 janvier, Liberté de la presse - Charlie Hebdo -Adieu Cabu, Wolinski, Tignous, Charb…