Artist Jean Jullien's Eiffel Tower Peace Sign Goes Viral After Paris Terror Attacks

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In the wake of the horrifying terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday, many took to social media to express their condolences and concern for the people of the French capital, using hashtags like “#PrayForParis,” and images like this peace sign with an Eiffel Tower in the center, designed by artist Jean Jullien.

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Jullien, a French graphic designer who currently lives in London, tweeted the image out shortly after the attacks, with the simple message “Peace for Paris,” and it spread quickly. The design was initially incorrectly attributed to infamous British graffiti artist Banksy.

At press time, CNN estimated that over 150 were dead in multiple coordinated attacks across the French capital, including over 100 concertgoers who were taken hostage at an Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan concert hall.

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Many celebs have used Jullien’s image to express their condolences to the victims and citizens of Paris, as the death toll continues to rise.

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