On the side of his daily workload, Bulgarian-born graphic artist, Yanko Tsvetkov draws maps. But it’s not the usual fare you might expect, instead, those are probably the most insulting and stereotypical maps you’ve seen to date. But at the same time, these are simply hilarious.
Yanko got the idea while working in Spain and witnessing the intercultural disputes that are gripping the world right now. The sheer absurdity of how much is based on easily dismissable stereotypes got him to act, and so the Atlas of Prejudice was born.
The atlas features a chapter titled ‘Tearing Europe Apart,’ which splits the continent by the most prominent stereotypes associated with the marked parts. We have it for you below, so just scroll to unveil it, but just don’t take it too seriously…
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