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Remember, the childhood time when we loved playing with dirt? Believe me, it was not at all a bad practice. American artist Scott Wade has taken this childhood habit to a "whole new level." Looking at the dirty cars, he never got the usual thought of cleaning but created some of the most beautiful designs on them.
Pretty impressive! He portrayed the romantic moments on the dirt in a beautiful way.
This one is created for Carstar's annual "Soaps It Up" fundraiser. He perfectly used the dirt on the car as his canvas.
The thought of being left alone at home inspired him to draw this.
He loves his work and will continue following his heart.
He drew this masterpiece to serve a great purpose.
Through his work, he tried to raise awareness of issues related to mothers' rights to breastfeed their children in public.
I loved the way he has given attention to all the details. He made this for a cake agency in London.
He perfectly recreated the skyline of Toronto.
This was one of the several portraits of cast members who attended the Dallas 30th Reunion Gala at Southfork Ranch.
He created this for the kids at Carnahan elementary for their Art Walk, in 2012.
He drew this for the grand opening of swimwear new store in Vancouver, BC.
This one was created for an art festival in Killeen, Texas. It looks like a scene from a love story.
Through his paintings, the artist is giving us a message that every boring thing in the world can be changed into something super creative.