Cartoonists have created pictures to express their sorrow after the attacks in France. Here is a selection of art about the tragedy from around the world.
The most shared image after the attacks was the simple but powerful ‘Peace for Paris’ symbol.
Jean Jullien drew this when he heard on the radio about the terrorist attacks in his native France. While everyone else tried to share their feelings with words, he drew this picture, which quickly spread on social media.
He told the Telegraph: “It was my most direct reaction. Usually when I draw I make an image that will make people laugh, or communicate.
“But this time I felt like communicating something that made me and everybody very upset. It was just my way of sharing my reaction, of sharing a need for peace and solidarity in the face of such a disaster.”
This by Patrick Pinter is evocative of the vigils which have been held around the world. The candle is also a symbol of peace.
Steve Sack expressed the shock many of us felt and are still feeling.
— Daryl Cagle (@dcagle) November 14, 2015
Plantu drew the Eiffel Tower shining a light over the city of Paris in the dark.
13 et 14 NOVEMBRE 2015.
(Le dessin Monde de ce samedi) pic.twitter.com/Arxv302OaS
— PLANTU (@plantu) November 14, 2015
Carlos Latuff drew the bodies of victims under the French flag.
— Carlos Latuff (@LatuffCartoons) November 14, 2015
Le Figaro’s Damien drew a simple picture of blood falling from the French flag.
— damien (@dmascret) November 15, 2015
Rabii Rammal reminded us that love conquers.
— Rabii Rammal (@rabiirammal) November 14, 2015
Designer AnthoDraw drew an outline of the city.
— AnthoDraw (@AnthoDraw) November 14, 2015
Charlie Hebdo artist, Joann Sfar, has weighed in on the disaster.
Osama Hajjaj, from Jordan, drew this emotive and detailed cartoon.
— Osama Hajjaj (@osamacartoons) November 14, 2015
A message of solidarity and hope from Jeffery Koterba.
— jeffrey koterba (@jeffreykoterba) November 14, 2015
Cristian Dzwonik, from Argentina drew the world weeping for Paris.
— Nik (@Nikgaturro) November 15, 2015
Italian footballer Andrea Bertolacci said “You are not alone” and shared this cartoon.
— Andrea Bertolacci (@Bertolacci) November 14, 2015
And the Telegraph’s cartoonist Bob said “We are all behind you Francois”
— BOB (@bobscartoons) November 14, 2015