What can you say? Every artist has a different muse and different mediums. Some choose to use paint and canvas, others rely on a single Bic pen to recreate works of art. Scott Wade? He uses dirty car windows.
Wade, based out of Wemberley, Texas, uses dusty rear windows to create artistic masterpieces. Oddly enough, before Scott can apply the needed dust, he first makes sure the windshield is clean so that the “canvas” allows for an even “painting.” He applies almond oil to assure the dust sticks to the car. Above is Scott’s rendition of Johannes Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring. Check out a process of his art after the jump.