Ah, stereotypes. They’re so much fun if done tastefully, unless you get overcritical of what they portray. So sit back, relax and see Europe through the eyes of stereotypes. The video starts with how the USA views Europe and vice versa, and then delves into how different parts of Europe see each other. Quite amusing, I should say.
Drawing on the stereotypes of all 50 states of the USA, artist Jeff Freisen and his daughter created a set of stereotypes. Each set is something of a tiny stereotype representing an American state, but put together, it is quite extensive. Called 50 States of Lego, the build is quite an interesting touch to things.
Everyone has a unique way of looking at things. Yanko Tsvetkov has mapped Europe with sweeping generalizations and stereotypes. Making fun of stereotypes has to account for something, right? Via: Fubiz