honouring Charlie Hebdo

On a wall on rue Gaby Sylvia in the 11th arrd. of Paris, there are five small portraits of  men who died in the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical magazine, 7 January 2015.

below:  Stephane Charbonnier, editor

small portrait of a man on a wall.  Hand drawn head and shoulder shot, framed with tiny pieces of mosaic tile - Charb

below: Five portraits on a wall

On a light brown stucco wall, sign for rue Gaby Sylvia, as well as 5 small portraits frames in tiny mosiac tiles

below: Bernard Verlhac ‘Tignous’, cartoonist

small portrait of a man on a wall.  Hand drawn head and shoulder shot, framed with tiny pieces of mosaic tile - Tingous

below: Jean Cabut, cartoonist

small portrait of a man on a wall.  Hand drawn head and shoulder shot, framed with tiny pieces of mosaic tile - Cabo

below: Philippe Honore, cartoonist

small portrait of a man on a wall.  Hand drawn head and shoulder shot, framed with tiny pieces of mosaic tile - Honore

below: Georges Wollinksi, cartoonist

small portrait of a man on a wall.  Hand drawn head and shoulder shot, framed with tiny pieces of mosaic tile - Wollinski