known by the pen-name Honoré, was a French cartoonist. Honoré was a staff cartoonist at Charlie Hebdo. Honoré's first credits came in 1984. In addition to Charlie Hebdo, Honoré had work published in Sud-Ouest, Libération, Le Monde, Les Inrockuptibles, La Vie ouvrière, Charlie Mensuel, Le Matin, and Expressen.
One of his last caricatures published in Charlie Hebdo was an illustration of the ISIS leader, Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, who offered his best wishes for 2015 saying "Best wishes by the way, and health above all."
He was among five cartoonists assassinated on 7 January 2015, during the shooting attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper office. One of the 12 victims of the terror attack on Paris-based satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo included the newspaper's founder, its editor, its deputy chief-editor and several cartoonists.
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