The resume is a “racist, sexist, homophobic, classist, xenophobic, anti-immigrant, anti-” and “anti-women” document, MSNBC reported Friday.
The designer is also listed as “white nationalist.”
The document also lists a personal blog titled “white supremacy and nationalism.”
“I am a white nationalist and anti-Semite, and I want to publicly express my opposition to the white race,” the document reads.
“I am anti-feminist, anti-‘anti-woman,’ anti-gay, anti–black, anti—anti-immigrant,” it continues.
“In addition to all of the above, I am anti–environmental, anti‐health, anti–environmental research, antifeminist.”
In a statement to MSNBC, the designer, who has not yet been identified, said he had written a “viral” piece for Salon in the spring of 2017 in which he expressed his “anti–feminist and anti–gay” views.
The “red nail design” is “racist,” he said, but added, “It’s really about making a statement.”
“The red nail design is just one of many forms of racist, sexist and homophobic language and images that have been used in my work,” the designer wrote.
“It is the same language and imagery that has been used to create and support a ‘white supremacy movement’ by people who have an ideology of white supremacy.”
The resume was also “designed by a man who has said he believes the Confederate flag should be burned at the Southern state capitol,” according to MSNBC.
The “black nationalist” is a political activist and organizer, according to the designer.
The document is also “a series of images that demonstrate the extent to which this ideology and ideology of the ‘white supremacist movement’ is being used and disseminated,” according a Salon spokeswoman.
“These images have been widely used by white supremacists, anti‑Semites, and neo-Nazis to promote a message of white superiority, in order to justify violence against Black and Brown people.”
“It is very clear that these are images that show the extent of the racist, xenophobia and anti-Semitism that is being propagated in our communities,” the spokeswoman said.