People are showing solidarity with Paris by sharing this image on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

A peace sign incorporating the Eiffel Tower is going viral, as people and brands share it on social media in solidarity with Paris, France. 

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Reportedly created by French graphic designer, Jean Jullien, it’s been retweeted nearly 39,000 times and shared on Facebook 22,000 times.

According to his website, Jullien currently lives in London and produces work for multiple publications and brands across the globe, including The New Yorker, The Guardian, Nike, and BMW. 

Some people and publications are attributing the image to Banksy. But it looks as if the British street artist simply tweeted the image a few minutes after Jullien posted it. 

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