How early 20th century African artists did mockingly stereotypical images of whites

At a time when Europeans and Americans were trafficking in lots of racist stereotypes of Africans, it's nice to know some Africans were returning the favor. This picture is of a drum from Congo. The stereotype: white men wear hats and drink a lot. The irony: making out a drum out of a severely rhythm-challenged white man.

From Chris Blattman's Blog.

This by a Yoruba  mocks whites for public displays of affection and keeping a dog as a pet, both of which seemed ridiculous to Yorubas.