Famous Artworks Recreated On Dirty Car Windows [Pics]

Famous Artworks Recreated On Dirty Car Windows [Pics]
Arts & Culture

Artists uses an unusual medium to sketch out his drawings.

Yi Chen
  • 22 june 2012

Scott Wade in an artist who has a rather unusual medium to create his works on. He uses dirty car windows to sketch out his drawings – from Cindy Crawford and Albert Einstein, to the Mona Lisa and the Girl with a Pearl Earring. Wade is also known as the ‘Lord of the Dust’ and has traveled around the world displaying his talent, and made numerous of appearances on local news channels.

His amazing artworks resemble shaded drawings with immense details. Each artwork could take hours for Wade to etch out using a range of painting techniques he has perfected over the years.

Scott Wade



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