1. David Pope
3. Jean Jullien
“I am Charlie.”
“Ducks will always fly higher than guns.” (Ducks in French is also a slang term for newspaper.)
“Unstoppable Charlie Hebdo.”
“My heart is with Charlie Hebdo.”
“Oh no… not them…”
“Cabu, Wolinski, Tignous, Charb
A death stupid and mean…
God: Cabu? For once, you’re early.”
9. Neelabh Banerjee
10. Loïc Sécheresse
“The world has become so serious that humor is a risky profession.”
“Murderous attack at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo.”
14. Carlos Latuff
15. Martin Vidberg
“Today, I am a press cartoonist. Today, I am a journalist. Today, I draw for Charlie Hebdo.”
“Grab your weapons mates.”
“No Freedom without freedom of press.”
“Died for the freedom of expression.”
20. Ann Telnaes
23. And lastly, BuzzFeed’s Nathan W. Pyle, Loryn Brantz, and Will Varner.
Number 16 was originally created by visual artist Rafael Mantesso. An earlier version of this post incorrectly attributed this cartoon.
Number 22 was originally created by graphic designer Lucille Clerc. An earlier version of this post incorrectly attributed this image to “Banksy”.