Writer Neil Gaiman and artist Chris Riddell have once again teamed up on a project. In the past, the two worked on an illustrated book edition of The Sleeper and The Spindle short story; Bloomsbury U.K. published it last year.
According to The Guardian, the two collaborators came together again to express their feelings on the “the Paris terror attacks” with an “artist’s creed.” Altogether, Riddell created four images for this “credo”; both Gaiman and Riddell have shared the finished pieces on their Facebook pages.
Here’s an excerpt from Gaiman’s writing: “I believe that in the battle between guns and ideas, ideas will eventually win. Because the ideas are invisible and they linger and sometimes, they are even true.” What do you think?