Crazy-talented 17-year-old Slovakian artist Martin Vargic has an entire book of maps out now, which features this, the "Map of Stereotypes."
The level of detail is insane, and the stereotypes, ranging from country-wide to regional, are quite hilarious.
Vargic told BuzzFeed: "The Map of Stereotypes is based on a normal world map I did, which took around three months to make."
"The first version Map of Stereotypes, released in 2014, took around six more weeks to finish. The second, much more extensive 2.0 version was made specially for the book. It took two additional weeks and contains more than 5,000 original labels."
"I gathered the data from a wide variety of sources; many were gathered from TV tropes and online forums."
"The map also contains a large number of pop culture references from various popular movies and pieces of fiction."
"Most stereotypes about foreign countries are negative, but positive ones can be found, such as 'Japanese and Koreans are all very smart', 'the French are very romantic', and 'all Canadians are polite.'"
"I am sure there were people who took offence at the map and misunderstood its main purpose. However, the online response was generally much more positive than I originally expected."
Vargic’s Miscellany of Curious Maps: Mapping out the Modern World by Martin Vargic is available from Penguin.
In the US, it's available from Harper Design.