Sunday, September 26, 2010

The geography of prejudice . . .

 . . . or the mapping of stereotypes, from visual artist, graphic designer and illustrator Yanko Tsvetkov's blog. (Go to his blog to see other maps he's created.)
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Europe according to Britain

Europe according to the USA

8 comments:

Well That's a Good Scottish Name... said...

Great post!

nappy valley girl said...

Those are hilarious, I hadn't seen them before!

Star said...

An original take on the maps. I was a little hesitant to read the U.K. but I can run with that description! Lots of smiles as I looked at the others.
Blessings, Star

From Tracie said...

Those are really funny!!

Iota said...

Wouldn't it just be "Britain" and "The Continent"?

misschicago said...

enjoyed this fun post, and really pored over it laughing. :)

Almost American said...

@ Iota - yes, certainly when I was growing up, anything across the Channel was simply 'the Continent'. I think Brits travel a little more now.

Danielle said...

ha! Brilliant!

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