By: Nu Yang
When terrorists attacked the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in January and left 12 people dead, including its editor-in-chief and some of its acclaimed cartoonists, many artists from around the world responded to the tragedy with their own illustrations.
Creators Syndicate, based in Hermosa Beach, Calif., has put together a collection of these political cartoons. The book is being offered as a name-your-price download, and a minimum donation of $1 is suggested. Proceeds from the sale will be donated to the families affected by the attack. The collection includes 31 high-resolution color cartoons by artists such as Mike Luckovich, Steve Breen, Michael Ramirez and Andy Marlette.
To buy your copy, visit creatorspublishing.com/pages/je_suis_charlie.