Dusty work: the artist paints cool paintings on dirty car windows
Categories: Design and ArchitectureBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/dusty-work-the-artist-paints-cool-paintings-on-dirty-car-windows
American artist Scott Wade never displays calls to wash dirty cars. On the contrary, if he had his way, all car washes would be out of work. Scott uses glasses smeared with dirt and dust as canvases. A new direction in art!
(19 photos in total)
Source: Amusing Planet
Scott was born and raised in Texas, where there is boundless scope for creativity. "Our house was on the side of the road," he says. — That's why my father's car was almost always dirty. As a child, I constantly drew all sorts of faces on the glasses with my finger, then I started using a brush. Over time, I developed a special technique for creating "dusty drawings", which I still use."
In order for the picture to turn out to be of high quality, the glass must be stained with high quality. Previously, Scott had to drive for several days on the dirtiest roads to get a suitable "canvas". But over time, he mastered a technique that allows him to bring the glass to the desired condition in a matter of minutes. The artist blows the dust with a hair dryer on glass covered with oil and cloth clay.