As soon as our car is covered with the tenth layer of dust, we sigh and drive faster to the car wash until there is no local artist who would show all his abilities in action. But if this artist were Scott Wade, then we are sure you would not mind leaving traces of his presence on your new car. Scott Wade is not afraid of dusty work, and any car suffering from a thick layer of dirt brings only boundless joy to an American artist and becomes a new canvas for his next masterpiece.
An artist from Texas decorates dusty car windows with portraits of people, the most beautiful landscapes, cute animals, pictures from movies, cartoon characters, and more.
Santa Claus from a Coca-Cola ad
“The holiday comes to us”
Scott Wade often takes part in various festivals, exhibitions, fairs, and other large-scale events, where he shows his skills, and his work does not go unnoticed.
Scott Wade’s best four-legged friend
The artist dedicated this drawing to his best friend – a dog that left his life but remained forever in Scott’s heart.
One of his first commercial works
Often Scott Wade finds cars that can be labeled “Wash me” in parking lots or parking lots and surprises strangers for free.
One of the pictures for advertising company Mitsubishi
The talent of the artist even decided to take advantage of a large company selling cars of the Mitsubishi brand to attract more buyers.
Alice in Wonderland
Hylas and nymphs
Process of creation
The artist uses brushes, a thin stylus, and fingers to create his paintings. When the work of art is ready, all that remains is to pray that the next day it doesn’t rain and you can admire this beauty for as long as possible.
Painting for the German science show “Galileo”
Actors from the acclaimed series of films about the boy who lived
Work done for the world rock balancing championship
To create a new picture, Scott Wade has to drive through the dustiest streets of the city for a single day so that as much dirt as possible settles on the car. It also happens that he uses a special gel, which helps to collect even more dust particles and prepare the ground for the next work.
The family goes on vacation
Stephen and Albert
More works of this “dusty artist” can be viewed here