Tipp No. 139: “Bärenstark – Strong As A Bear” by the Cartoonist & Illustrator Steffen Butz (Germany)

arts, Cartoons, Creatures, humor, Insights, Kunst, Tipps

Could you follow
your low, animal (brute) instincts
at least once week?!
She: If the bee extinction continues like that,
there will be no honey in the future anymore.
He: Well, we will eat just the beekeepers.
Damn, Hubert! We `ve got a caver in our toilet again!
Strange that there are always parts left over…
You will get better…, don`t worry.
Darling, I’ve found a personal trainer for us.
Finally, I got an unpleasant feeling when he told me, he is an emotional / stress eater with a fear of flying.
Yes! Scratch me, bite me, give me animal names!
The self-made baby changing table was really nice.

About The Cartoonist & Illustrator Steffen Butz…
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steffen_Butz

Tipp No. 87: “Europe According To” – Funny Maps of Europe by Yanko Tsvetkov (Bulgaria)

arts, humor, Insights, Kunst, Oddities, Psychologie, psychology, Reisen, Travel

Now that the question of European “unity” is debatable, the red line between reality and satire becomes even thinner. Exactly this “core of truth” is the reason why Yanko`s maps are so funny.

In my view, it would make sense to add China`s perspective. I already thought about the idea to do this job on my own. A dialogue with my Chinese colleagues to exchamge prejudices in a friendly atmosphere might be fun… And what`s about India` s view on Europe?

Europe according to England / UK
Europe according to France
Europe according to Germany
Europe according to Switzerland
Italy
Greece
Spain
Poland
Turkey (Note: If Turkey belongs to Europe at all is controversial)
Russia
USA

YANKOV TSVETKOV

The official stereotype lab of Yanko Tsvetkov, a bestselling author, prolific cartographer, and leading international bigotry professional with a taste for salacious political incorrectness and unconventional historical studies. Opinions are not his own, he’s merely a curator …..According to himself.

Please, have a look at international bestseller “The “Atlas of Prejudice” by Yankov too if you are interested in more stereotypes: https://atlasofprejudice.com/