Wite-Out was once a symbol of frustration -- with the pain in the ass of pre-computer-age typing, and with the fact that Wite-Out won't get you so high, you can see a future where everybody has computers. Using Wite-Out to ease the frustration of barren walls: Grab The Crown.
From a man with a pop culture obsession so fervent he could star in a Calvin Klein ad, Clown's an eclectic collection of collages & prints that merge photos old & new with loopy drawings, with Wite-Out often used just like paint to create animals, robots, superheroes, monsters, celebrities, and girls removing clothing, which celebrities never do. The realistic surreality sees everything from a 1960s supercomputer tech impassively glancing at a skull floating atop a Red October-ish ocean chart, to the cowboy'd up "Ride Dem Prairie Dogs", sadly also the name of the annual Prairie View A&M ugly-date contest. Then there's an absolutely wicked depiction of The Shadow conspiring with the Grim Reaper, and of course the blip-bleeping orgy of "Robot Love", which features some really nice repli-cans.
A spray-painting monster named Franken Swerv can also be had on t-shirts, hoodies, and skins & cases for iPhones -- if you actually saw a future where everyone would have one of those, then, as they say about Wites in basketball, you, sir, were a "glue player".