Liberal use of whiteout is never a bad thing, whether it's ________________, or even ______ and ______________!! Now using whiteout to make slick art: Grab The Crown.
From a "pop culture-obsessed", Brookline-based Mass Art grad, Crown's an eclectic phantasmagoria (look it up, son!) of colorful mixed-media collages/ prints that blend drawing with photography, and depict everything from animals, robots, and celebrities, to superheroes, monsters, and chicks taking off their clothes, so have fun not looking at animals, robots, and monsters. Some of the most eye-catching pieces are old postcards/magazine pages that've been scrawled with whiteout and ink, including "Monster 1959", with a Godzilla-like creature destroying a photographed Asian city; and a clever take on an old Nat Geo image that saddles a masked cowboy atop an adorable furry rodent, named "Ride Dem Prairie Dogs" -- which could never be done with Tea Party ones, what with all their railing against free rides. More traditionally medium'd pop pieces include the graffiti tribute "Franken Swerv", and two risque prints depicting robot fornication, respectively titled "Robots are Voyeurs" and "Robot Love", prompting the age-old quandary,
"can that born without emotion truly learn to love??" how many USB ports do they plug at once?!
And because everyone loves a man whose accessories match his walls, Franken Swerv's also available on everything from iPhone skins to hoodies; buy all the novelty gear at once, and when you walk out of your house, you'll ensure that it can't get any more white out.