French artist’s simple symbol of Paris goes viral; celebs jump on bandwagon

In recognition of the Friday night violence in Paris by Islamic extremists, French graphic artist Jean Julien meshed a universally-recognized Parisian landmark with the universally-recognized symbol of the 60s that called for peace.

When he finished his creation, he tweeted:

Voila! The Eiffel Tower within the peace sign.

And celebrities of every stripe soon voiced their support for the victims and their families, many by simply tweeting the image.


And after all is said, the peace symbol is altogether meaningless when facing an enemy like the Islamic State. The only thing its member-terrorists understand is suffering, death and destruction to those who don’t adhere to their own twisted beliefs.

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