Photo credit: Scott Wade
Scott Wade isn't your normal artist, he uses the dust on dirty cars to create masterpieces, like the Mona Lisa and Albert Einstein works above. These stunning drawings may not be as durable as a paint job, they are most certainly unique and conversation pieces to say the least. Continue reading to see a video, more pictures, and for additional information.
Like any reasonably creative and curious human, Scott can't resist a dirty rear car window. We suspect that Scott started off with clever sayings, like "wash me." Probably his first image was the ubiquitous smiley face. Unlike most folks however, Scott lives on a mile and a half of dirt road - caliche, as the locals call it, road-base: a blend of limestone dust and gravel and clay. Driving over this surface results in a fine, white dust that billows up behind any vehicle driving faster than a galloping turtle, coating the rear window.