Dan McCall is an American artist, designer, and founder of Liberty Maniacs.
Dan was recently in hot water for his parodies of the NSA, DHS, and Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders, but he's also known for his irreverent, politically topical images popular with political activists and young people around the world.
Dan's art is seen everywhere on the internet, can be found in art museums, books, and even official campaign shirts for United States presidential candidates, and even fundraisers for activists like Edward Snowden and Julian Assange.
Dan also has a design business with clients from around the world.
He lives with his wife and three boys a stone's throw away from the Mississippi River in the state of Minnesota.
He's been around the block a bit, so you might have seen his work - or controversy over his work - in places like the Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine, The Daily Beast, ABC, Fox News, Le Monde Magazine, Buzzfeed, CBS, USA Today, The Nation, Salon, The New York Times, Washington Post, MSN, The Star Tribune, TechDirt, The Pioneer Press, Mashable.com, Reason Magazine, Business Insider, and others. (Excuse the name-dropping, but my wife always tells me that if I don't tell you, nobody else will.)