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Yanko Tsvetkov is a visual artist, a dreamer, a freelance graphic designer, a web designer, an illustrator, and can also cook pretty good pasta. Yanko was born in a small town in communist Bulgaria. He had a great childhood with plenty of fresh air and a lot of sun. During his teenage years Yanko studied in a German school, followed by a year and a half service in the Bulgarian Navy.

He went to university at the beginning of the century to study movie directing and later graduated as a director of photography. In the meantime Yanko became a web and graphic designer and gradually added illustration to the whole fucking mess. His recent project called “The Mapping Stereotypes Project,” is a cool idea turned into reality!

Yanko decided to create world maps based on people views and opinions. People often stereotype and judge books by their covers. This concept is a great way to take a look at what ‘foreigners’ think of your country. Enjoy!

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

Mapping Stereotypes Project by Yanko Tsvetkov

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Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a digital nomad and entrepreneur bouncing around South East Asia. When I'm not working here, I'm out taking photos. Follow me on Instagram: @igorovsyannykov

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