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A while back, in September 2010 I was delighted to discover the work of Yanko Tsvetkov, a Bulgarian born graphic artist and satirist who now lives in Britain.  There he drew us maps of American stereotypes of Europe.  Tsvetkov’s main aim in life it seems is to map ignorance, both our ignorance of outsiders and their ignorance of us in a glorious series of brightly coloured sourly witty maps.

If you want a roll round all the latest from his collection then just click here.  Just do it, it is terribly diverting.

The first map above, is of America, but the one below, of how benighted Greece currently views the world is, I think, even sharper, bordering on cruel!

Copyright David Macadam 2012