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The New Yorker Unveils a Cover in Honor of Charlie Hebdo

Poignant Illustration Turns the Eiffel Tower into a Pencil

Published on Jan 09, 2015

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The New Yorker has just released an image of its Jan. 19 cover, titled "Solidarite," in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris. The illustration, by Ana Juan, depicts the Eiffel Tower with a pencil forming its iconic pointed top, and a sea of blood-red color below.

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Date
Jan 09, 2015
Client:
The New Yorker
Illustrator:
Ana Juan

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