Credits

First, I’d like to offer a special and personal thank you to Frank Warren of PostSecret for providing the inspirational model for our project. The PostSecret project found that true transformative power can come from the sharing of deeply personal and shared stories. I hope in our small way, Post*factua!ly can help us learn from our own lies and those of others. Perhaps, some truth will come of it.

The Post*factua!ly website, social media properties and all other manifestations, where noted, are the sole creation of Post*factua!ly. From time to time we use images, other content and design expertise from third parties. This content is open source and in the public domain. We’d like to credit the following third parties for making their beautiful content and ideas available: Ria Patrick-Gerra, Colorado, U.S.A.; Unsplash.com for offering gorgeous images from talented photographers available free from the Getty Images stranglehold; Daria Nepriakhina, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Patrick Pilz, Düsseldorf, Germany; Tamara Menzi, Switzerland; João Silas, Cianorte, Brazil; Clem Onojeghuo, London, England; Ilham Rahmansyah; Alex Mihis, Romania; Luis Dávila; Lia Leslie; Noom Peerapong, Thailand; Joanna Kosinska, West Yorkshire, England; Sergey Zolkin, Moscow, Russia; Álvaro Serrano, Madrid, Spain; Florian Klauer, Bielefeld, Germany; Aaron Burden, Michigan, U.S.A.; Verena Yunita Yapi, Jakarta, Indonesia; Mari Helin-Tuominen, Finland; Jasper Boer, Auckland, New Zealand; Beata Ratuszniak; Frank Mckenna; San Diego, CA; Matt Popovich, Washington D.C; Stephen Monroe; Bob Brents, Overland Park, KS; Patrick Tomasso, Toronto, Canada; Jeremy Yap, Chicago, IL; Camille Kimberly; Matthew Henry, Toronto, Canada; Marcus dePaula.