National flags according to stereotypes we hold about their peoples

Stereotypes: fixed preconceptions we have about someone or some people, that lead us to quick conclusions, without bothering to examine if they are indeed true or not. For example? All Greeks talk loud. All Italians are mobsters. All British have a frozen sense of humor. True or not? In some cases yes, in others no.

Based on the national stereotypes of several peoples, Kirill Zaytsev decided to reinvent their state flags by using basic images and color representations, while adding a touch of stereotypes in a few words. What’s the result? The eleven flags you can see below.

Really, what kind of words could there be on the Greek flag?

Source : Gizmodo

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