This Guy Takes Peoples Dirty Cars And Blows Everyones Mind. This Is Amazing.

Here are some dirty pictures that won’t get you into trouble. Scott Wade has rightfully been dubbed the “Da Vinci of Dust” for his beautiful creations. He uses very dusty car windows as his canvas and has been honing his window art skills for years. His work has been seen on TV in over 20 countries around the world as well as many magazines and newspapers. He lived on a dirt road in central Texas for over 20 years so he has had plenty of time to work on his craft and plenty of dusty windows to practice on. Scott’s father was an amateur cartoonist who gave Scott the inspiration to start doodling for fun. One thing lead to another and over time Scott grew into the dirty artist he is today. Take a look at some of his work.

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

A beautiful depiction of the Pacific Northwest featuring Seattle. 

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

Happy 70th Birthday Bob! 

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

The Iconic Native American painting.

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

Under the sea. The detail is impressive considering this medium. 

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

One of my favorite movies ever! 

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

Houston Blues

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

A recreation of M.C. Escher 

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

The Great Wave Off Of Kanagawa.

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

Peace, Love and The Pursuit of Happiness! 

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

Marilyn and Audrey. 

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

The Marx Brothers.

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

Einstein makes your car look a whole lot smarter.

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

The Chinese Dragon

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

He sells his art as ad space to events and organizations as well.

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

The famous painting by C.M. Coolidge of dogs playing poker. 

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Scott Wade dirty car art.

The Toronto skyline. 

Take a look at the video of Scott Wade in action creating one of his temporary masterpieces. 


It’s a good thing he’s able to snap some shots of his work because one rain storm and all that hard work is washed away. Scott does it for the love of the process and the outcome. He doesn’t mind that his works of art don’t last long. I never thought you would be able to get so much detail out of a dirty car window. I love it!

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