ERR News honors slain cartoonists

(Toon Vugts)
1/12/2015 11:07 AM
Category: Opinion

ERR News contributor Toon Vugts, known to readers for his years of work on Sketchbook, designed ERR News's own"front page" image honoring the 12 who lost their lives in the attack on the satirical weekly in Paris.

It departs from the overused pen vs. automatic weapon motif, doesn't try to copy Charlie's approach and style, and honors the staff in a quirky manner.

K. Rikken

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