Unless you’re one of those people who can’t resist drawing sad face or writing “Wash me” on a random car covered in dust, dirty cars doesn’t sound very inspiring.

And if you’re anything like me you most likely wash your car on a regular basis before the layer of road grim covers it.

But Scott Wade is not like all other people. When he see a dusty car, he see endless potential.  Truly dirt is his canvas in more ways than one.

Scott Wade is the artist behind Dirty Car Art, and that is exactly what it sounds like.  He uses brushes and rubber tools to create stunning pieces of art on the of dusty cars.  Called the Da Vinci of Dust and the Michelangelo of Mud he is definitely at the pinnacle of his field.  He’s even kind of a global phenomenon as he appears in variety shows all around the world as well as appearing in music videos for rock bands.   With one liners like, “Who wants to look at dirty pictures on the Internet.” there’s no wonder he’s the mbodiment of a dad joke.

He started his hobby by doodling on his own car. He lived in Texas and his home was on an unpaved road, and no matter how often he washed his car it would always be covered in dust by the end of the day.  He has honed his skills to levels probably above anyone else in the dirty art world.  He has even advanced to the point where he does the windows of buildings and aspires to do a dirty skyscraper one day!  That would be one dark building inside if you asked me.

With time and practice his drawings became more and more complex and people started noticing.

The rest is history.