Well those three DPWH guys sure get around. Just today we found out they made it to the Daily Telegraph in London. It’s an article filed by Ian MacKinnon titled “Philippine Photoshop Goes Viral” featuring all the usual facts about the case. Officials in the department said that the photomontage had been intended for an internal […]Read more "The Great DPWH Photoshop Meme joins Rickrolling, LOLcats, and Dramatic Chipmunk at Online Meme Database"
The folks at the DPWH probably thought that this morning’s release of their official statement on their Photoshopping escapade would be the end of their long drawn out online humiliation. But alas, that was not meant to be. The Wall Street Journal’s online edition took notice and in a blog post by James Hookway, headlined the […]Read more "The Great DPWH Photoshop Meme Kicks Into Overdrive"
As the hilarious DPWH Photoshop meme rolls through the interwebs this morning, the department tries to do some damage control. This was tweeted by the @DPWHCO account today at 10:23 AM: The statement on Facebook reads: Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH Central Office) DPWH OFFICIAL STATEMENT ON THE PHOTO POSTED IN THE DPWH […]Read more "The Great DPWH Photoshop Meme: The Official Apology"
Not only is everything here made in China nowadays, even our public officials are ripping off crackpot ideas from their Chinese counterparts. The DPWH Facebook page recently came under fire with this now historic Photoshopped image of three officials inspecting the post-Pedring carnage along Roxas Boulevard: This was such an obviously Photoshopped image (and a bad […]Read more "The Great DPWH Photoshop meme: Made in China, Imported to the Philippines"