Mapping Stereotypes: The Geography of Prejudice

Mapping Stereotypes: The Geography of Prejudice

Graphic designer Yanko Tsvetkov has made seven maps of Europe and they cover stereotypes that different cultures hold about European countries. Tsvetkov is 33 and lives in London. Tsvetkov explains, “I created the first one in 2009 because at that time there was an energy crisis in Europe. I just created it to amuse my friends but when I put it up on my website so many people liked it that I decided to really focus on the project of mapping the stereotypes based on different places in Europe. I was surprised by the reaction because I never really expected it to take off like this.”

Europe According to Germany Buy a poster of “Europe According to Germany”

Europe According to USA Buy a poster of “Europe According to USA”

Where I Live Buy a poster of “Where I live”

Europe According to Russia Buy a poster of “Europe According to Russia”

Europe According to France Buy a poster of “Europe According to France”

Europe According to Poland Buy a poster of “Europe According to Poland”

Europe According to Italy Buy a poster of “Europe According to Italy”

Italy According to Posh Italians

Europe According to Bulgaria Buy a poster of “Europe According to Bulagria”

Europe According to Britain Buy a poster of “Europe According to Britain”

Europe According to Gay Men Buy a poster of “Europe According to Gay Men”

Cyprus Swimming in the Sea at Night

Source: alphadesigner [beta]
Written by Paul Caridad

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