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Turning a dirty car into a work of art

By CheeJun on 16 Sep 2010

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If you thought your car was dirty with layers and layers of dust or sand on it and never bothered to clean it off, that would be this man's ideal canvas. His name is Scott Wade and he's from the USA, in San Marcos or wherever that is.

I have never seen anything like it before and I doubt there's anything more astonishing that what this man can do. If a normal human being sees a dusty car and decides that he's a bit bored, the most he'd do is probably write some vulgarities or draw a smiley face on a car bonnet or on the rear window. But Scott Wade begs to differ. He turns your unwashed, filthy, dusty possibly piece-of-junk car into a work of art. His medium? The dust that has collected on your windscreen or rear windshield. His work is simply amazing and I think you should see to believe..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9NGuz2U9w8&feature=player_embedded

car art, car washes, americans

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Cheejun
Written by Cheejun
Hi everyone, I’m Chee Jun and cars have always been a passion for me since young and writing about them is one way to express myself in the motoring world.



 
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