Artists around the world are coming up with their own cartoons to pay tribute to the victims of Wednesday's attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The attack in Paris killed 12 people, including four cartoonists.
Among those who made a statement with their cartoons were:
Adam Lee of The Straits Times,
Lee Chee Chew of The Straits Times,
Miel of The Straits Times,
Ruben L. Oppenheimer, a Dutch political cartoonist who drew two pencils resembling the twin towers in the Sept 11 terrorist attack in the United States,
— Ruben L. Oppenheimer (@RLOppenheimer) January 7, 2015
David Pope, a political cartoonist from Australia who captioned his cartoon with "He drew first", and
— David Pope (@davpope) January 7, 2015
Makhlouf, an Egyptian cartoonist whose cartoon shows a masked gunman aiming at a man with a pencil in his hand.
— maخlouf (@makhlouz) January 7, 2015
Their cartoons have since been shared widely on Twitter.
In his tweet, Pope, who draws for The Canberra Times, wrote: "Can't sleep tonight, thoughts with my French cartooning colleagues, their families and loved ones."
More cartoons below:
— jean jullien (@jean_jullien) January 7, 2015
— Neelabh Banerjee (@NeelabhToons) January 7, 2015
— Francisco J. Olea (@oleismos) January 7, 2015
— CRNI (@CRNetInt) January 7, 2015
— Seth Fiegerman (@sfiegerman) January 7, 2015
— Human Rights Watch (@hrw) January 7, 2015
— Carlos Latuff (@LatuffCartoons) January 7, 2015
A photo posted by @rafaelmantesso onJan 1, 2015 at 7:22am PST
— Lucille Clerc (@LucilleClerc) January 7, 2015
— Rob Tornoe (@RobTornoe) January 7, 2015
— Jamesuary (@RteeFufkin) January 7, 2015
— Satish Acharya (@satishacharya) January 7, 2015
— Nate Beeler (@natebeeler) January 7, 2015
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) January 7, 2015
Sources: CNN, The Global Post