Everyone loves a clean car. It's the process of creating a clean car that turns people off. Washing it can be very tedious, so instead some people just leave the car the way it is. And as it's used more and more, it accumulates more dirt. Such dirt is gold to Nikita Golubev's eyes. Golubev is a Russian illustrator that has recently started a new series called "Dirty Art." He goes around transforming dirty cars into temporary art pieces and the end results are, well, see for yourself!
Dirty cars are bad news for most of us car owners, but that's not the case for everyone. To others, they might see a blank canvas.
What a masterpiece!
Car owners in Moscow must be extra careful. Whether you like it or not, if you have a dirty car, it might become the next target.
I would consider a painting like this a gift, wouldn’t you?
Russian illustrator, Nikita Golubev, has recently brought out the artistic potential of dirty cars.
Over the last few weeks, he's turned dirty cars into pieces of art and it's definitely a creative sight to look at.
He etches images of animals and faces onto the sides of filthy vehicles covered in dirt.
What an improvement! This truck driver might have to delay the washing of his truck for a little bit.