12/06/2011

Mapping Stereotypes.

by Yanko Tsvetkov
metalocus, PEDRO NAVARRO
Design
Geopolitical cartography is all about an objective view of the world’s political conventions. But there’s nothing politically correct in Bulgarian-born, London-based designer Yanko Tsvetkov‘s Mapping Stereotypes project — a series of amusing, often tragicomically true maps of Europe based on various subjective perceptions and ideologies.

Geopolitical cartography is all about an objective view of the world’s political conventions. But there’s nothing politically correct in Bulgarian-born, London-based designer Yanko Tsvetkov‘s Mapping Stereotypes project — a series of amusing, often tragicomically true maps of Europe based on various subjective perceptions and ideologies.

Europe According to France.
Europe According to Germany.
Europe According to Italy.
Europe According to The Vatican.
Europe According to Britain.
Europe According to Poland.
The World According to Switzerland.
Silvio Berlusconi's Europe.
Hitchhiker's Guide to The Arab Spring.

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