Well, Texas-based artist Scott Wade took writing on dirty windows to a whole new level.
Wade loved to draw from an early age. His dad was an amateur cartoonist, after all, and Wade soon developed his own style of cartooning. Upon graduating with a BFA in Commercial Art, he spent the next decade illustrating, designing and generally exploring his creativity.
Living along a dusty road, the artist took notice of the cars traveling by, caked with dirt and grime.
Using a discarded Popsicle stick, Wade began doodling on the rear window of a particularly dusty vehicle — the hook was set and Dirty Car Art was born.
Today you’ll find Wade making appearances at fairs, festivals and corporate events — like the 2014 LA Auto Show — proving yet again that one man’s trash is another’s treasure.
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