We all know the saying, sometimes a picture says more than a thousand words. And as there are no words left to describe what happend yesterday night in Paris (November 13th), many of us retweeted or shared the artwork of Jean Jullien, a French graphic designer who’s currently based in London.
He posted the illustration, which symbols a reverse peace sign that refers to the famously Eiffel Tower shortly after last night’s horrendous events on twitter and quickly went viral on many social media services, as many people shared it to express their condolences with the hashtag #prayingforparis.
Peace for Paris pic.twitter.com/ryf6XB2d80
— jean jullien (@jean_jullien) 13. November 2015
Jean Jullien has never shied away from publicly speaking out on political and social matters. Take a look at this selection of previous utterly courageous artworks!
United states of pride pic.twitter.com/7QRg45rbG1
— jean jullien (@jean_jullien) 27. Juni 2015
— jean jullien (@jean_jullien) 7. Januar 2015
Title picture via here
by Kemara Pol