Dust Art


Older Posts

SkeletonsPainted BusesButterfly WingsMoller M400Bass Guitar


Who doesn't know the "wash me" joke dragged with the finger across the windows of dirty cars?? For Scott Wade these words have lost their meaning. He has transformed them in art. Any dusty window car is good canvas for a new drawing. In order to bring out life out of simple, dirty glass he uses not only his fingers but also brushes and popsicle sticks. Although his drawings are temporary, photos make them eternal. They are simply amazing…

































Source: Dirty Car Art via Autoblog   

Irina Alexandra is a young entrepreneur and architect, with a passion for miracles and weirdness of life.

She has been writing articles on Weirdomatic for the last 7 years in a search for all the amazing things we tend to ignore.

Related Posts with Thumbnails



9 Responses to “Dust Art”

  1. Some people have too much talent….

    Love your Google ads for this post – vacuum cleaners!

  2. funny 😀 google shows me art schools ads and free online painting lessons… no vacuum cleaner 🙁

  3. […] Other recent posts at Weirdomatic include Dust Art, Swimming Cars and Crazy Bananas. […]


  5. I think this is just the wildest thing- I wish I had this kind of talent- and the charisma in the artwork is uniquely uplifting 🙂
    I kind of made an ode to Scott Wade on a tabblo of mine. check it out- I don’t know as much as I should about this whole dust artwork thing to actually give it a solid salutation, but perhaps folks could enlighten me.

    Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you Scott Wade, a man who takes a fancy to dirty rear windows of automobiles… Strange? Perhaps. But upon closer examination, it is revealed that Mr. wade  has quite a magnificent talent. I see him as digging and brushing the artwork out of nature. … See my Tabblo>

  6. That was bomb!!!!! 😀

  7. […] http://box5322.temp.domains/~weirdoma/dust-art.html […]

  8. now thats what i call talent,,,amazing

  9. […] photos are from http://box5322.temp.domains/~weirdoma/dust-art.html […]

Leave a Reply