Cartoonists around the world, particularly in France, are creating art to express the grief and emotions following the tragic terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium that took place Tuesday morning. People are creating and sharing art to express their sadness and to show solidarity with the people of Belgium.
Cartoonists in particular are getting involved, because Belgium is beloved for its comic books, like Tintin. Artists have been turning Brussels' famous statue of a boy peeing into a powerful symbol of defiance, and using panels of Tintin to express their grief.
1. France and Belgium in solidarity.
2. Belgian defiance.
3. “This was the time where Brussels brusseled.”
4. Piss & Love.
5. "Is it too much to ask to pee in peace?"
6. "I'll piss on your bombs."
7. "Enough, they can never take our freedom!"https://www.instagram.com/p/BDQUhwkFoas/
8. "I can't find the words."
10. “Belgium cries for her children…”
11. “Tintin, they’re attacking us!”
12. “I especially want you to be yourself, be proud and happy, because happiness is our true destiny.” -Jacques Brel
13. "Paris is with you Brussels."
14. "Terrorists, brace yourselves, we'll piss on you."
15. "Thinking of Brussels and all of Belgium."
16. Tears of the European Union.
17. "Dark day for Belgium."
18. "We are all Belgium."
19. "Spray for Brussels."
20.“Me too, captain, sometimes I envy those who moved to the moon.”
21. "Terrorism struck again.. Can you make some room for me?"
22. The Statue of Liberty carrying the torch for Brussels.
23. "Terrorists will never destroy Belgium!"
24. “Solidarity with Belgium! We are all atoms of the same humanity!”