A dirty, dusty car window is an irresistible canvas for a lot of people. But mostly they’ll just write “wash me” on it and call it a day.
On his website, artist Scott Wade admits he started out that way, many years ago.
But somewhere along the way, the artist, who lives on a long and dusty dirt road, went from writing with a finger to creating full-fledged works of art on dusty car windows.
He first discovered the possibilities of a dirty windshield when he was doodling with his finger while chewing on a popsicle stick.
The stick got a little bit feathered, he tried drawing with it, and voila: he realized he could create something intricate and detailed in the dust.
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