Hey, wanna decorate your house with some “ethnic people?”

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

If so, head on over to AllPosters.com, because it’s an actual subgenre under the color photography category. I mean literally, in those words, the category is called: Ethnic People.

Who wouldn’t want to decorate their home with posters of, say, a Middle Eastern woman’s kohl-rimmed eyes gazing at you provocatively through sheer swaths of orange fabric?

Or a black woman balancing a jug of water on her head with a baby strapped to her back?

Next time someone calls you a racist, you can be like, “I can’t be racist, I have Ethnic People on my walls at home!”

(Hat tip to my friend Karen, who discovered it late last week as she was looking through the site.)

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