Credit Where Credit is Due

By now, a whole bunch of us with internet access have seen the famous photo of the tiki torch store display with an anti-racist sign attached.

Whenever a brilliant image with no watermark is circulated online, we must always ask about the genius.  Learn his or her name, unless the person in question prefers to remain anonymous.

Dashiell Driscoll, Senior Social Content Producer and Senior Writer with Funny or Die, wrote and printed the tiki torch sign content, and then photographed it in a store.

Here’s a link to a story about Mr. Driscoll’s work on the Houston Chronicle’s site.  Now, please excuse me while I update yesterday’s Instagram post to credit Mr. Driscoll.  I shared a screenshot of someone else’s Twitter post with the image, but now that the source is known there’s no excuse to fart around.

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