Never Wash Your Car Again October 10 2013
Have you ever heard of dirty car art? No, not using your finger to swipe a little smiley face and "wash me" on the back window of your neighbor's car,but full-on, that-should-be-in-a-museum masterpieces that are created by skillfully etching away into the built-up muck and filth found on many vehicles. There is actually a guy down in Texas who loves dirty cars enough to transform them into amazing artwork; this is taking "when life gives you lemons, make lemonade" to a whole 'nother level.
Artist and self-described eccentric, Scott Wade, turned his obsession with playing in the dirt into the unusual business of adding a "wow" factor to muddy car windows, a talent which is often employed by various companies looking for out-of-the-ordinary publicity. The idea all started when Wade, who lived down a 1 ½ mile stretch of dusty, unpaved road made from ground limestone, gravel and clay realized that it was much more fun to make art out of the mess on his car rather than break out a hose and washing the dirt away.
From original creations to his impression of world-famous objet de arts such as the Leonardo's "Mona Lisa" or Van Gogh's "Starry Night", Wade uses a variety of paint brushes to dust away the dirt and leave behind shaded drawings. Commissioning this unusual artist to decorate the windows of your favorite man's car is a great idea in gifts for the man who has everything! Never has grunge and grime looked so awesome - toss in the backseat other cool gifts for guys such as a personalized cooler filled with beer with a couple lawn chairs for an impromptu park-and-admire art gallery.