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Artist and author <a href="http://instagram.com/p/xkEXhBD9DP/" target="_blank">Cory Basil</a> writes: "As an artist, I have a inherent fearlessness to express myself with my art, as did those who were murdered in Paris. There is fresh blood spilled on the ground and there is the immediacy with which another artist is ready to stand for (and in place of) the fallen. I am just an artist doing my part to ensure that art is freedom, to ensure that no one can ...

Artist and author <a href="http://instagram.com/p/xkEXhBD9DP/" target="_blank">Cory Basil</a> writes: "As an artist, I have a inherent fearlessness to express myself with my art, as did those who were murdered in Paris. There is fresh blood spilled on the ground and there is the immediacy with which another artist is ready to stand for (and in place of) the fallen. I am just an artist doing my part to ensure that art is freedom, to ensure that no one can ...

"Our only weapon against war and oppression is our ability to draw and preserve our freedom of expression," said Paris artist <a href="http://instagram.com/p/xmVloXnOGu/?modal=true" target="_blank">Marie-Clémence Rivière</a>.

"Our only weapon against war and oppression is our ability to draw and preserve our freedom of expression," said Paris artist <a href="http://instagram.com/p/xmVloXnOGu/?modal=true" target="_blank">Marie-Clémence Rivière</a>.

Staten Island artist <a href="https://twitter.com/Aionios/status/553218198997585920" target="_blank">Vittorio Abanilla</a> says he was "trying to create a mournful tribute to those who died for freedom of expression."

Staten Island artist <a href="https://twitter.com/Aionios/status/553218198997585920" target="_blank">Vittorio Abanilla</a> says he was "trying to create a mournful tribute to those who died for freedom of expression."

By <a href="https://twitter.com/nataliemcd/status/553204617014935553" target="_blank">Natalie Hope McDonald</a>, a freelance writer, editor and artist based in Philadelphia

By <a href="https://twitter.com/nataliemcd/status/553204617014935553" target="_blank">Natalie Hope McDonald</a>, a freelance writer, editor and artist based in Philadelphia

"Violence will not be able to stop cartoonists from doing their job," said scientist and artist <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1204341">Thomas Kodenkandath</a>.

"Violence will not be able to stop cartoonists from doing their job," said scientist and artist <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1204341">Thomas Kodenkandath</a>.

By Parisian illustrator and artist <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1204309">Samuel Eckert. </a>The phrase at the bottom roughly translates to "Thanks for never letting us down."

By Parisian illustrator and artist <a href="http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1204309">Samuel Eckert. </a>The phrase at the bottom roughly translates to "Thanks for never letting us down."

Artist Ani Eos chose the Statue of Liberty as her subject because "it's a universal symbol of freedom...It is also an emblem of friendship and a sign of the mutual desire for liberty between France and the U.S." She said she wants "to take a stand for every artist out there who has felt [threatened] for expressing him/her self."

Artist Ani Eos chose the Statue of Liberty as her subject because "it's a universal symbol of freedom...It is also an emblem of friendship and a sign of the mutual desire for liberty between France and the U.S." She said she wants "to take a stand for every artist out there who has felt [threatened] for expressing him/her self."

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