Cartoonists across the globe are tweeting their responses to yesterday’s massacre at the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris, during which armed gunmen killed 12 people, including four French cartoonists.
— Neelabh Banerjee (@NeelabhToons) January 7, 2015
— MacLeodCartoons (@MacLtoons) January 7, 2015
Australian cartoonist and illustrator David Pope
— David Pope (@davpope) January 7, 2015
Martin Vidberg: (The tweet reads “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.”)
Comment dessiner aujourd’hui ? Comment ne pas dessiner aujourd’hui ? pic.twitter.com/cNtJY6e7MK
— Martin Vidberg (@Vidberg) January 7, 2015
London illustrator Lucile Clerc
— Lucille Clerc (@LucilleClerc) January 7, 2015
Na!, illustrator for BFMTV
— BFMTV (@BFMTV) January 7, 2015
Ruben L. Oppenheimer (@RLOppenheimer). Dutch political cartoonist.
— Ruben L. Oppenheimer (@RLOppenheimer) January 7, 2015
Canadian political cartoonist Michael de Adder
— Michael de Adder (@deAdder) January 7, 2015