To most people dust is just dirt but to some artists it’s a tempting canvas to create art.
Let’s see how artists all over the world transform with their magical hands the unwanted dust into impressive piece of art.
1. Dirty car art by Rafael Veyisov-Baku, Azerbaijan
Scott Wade is a graphic designer, but he became popular for his inimitable works of art on the dirty car’s windows.
His drawings can take a few minutes or as long as 6 hours to complete.
The 35-year-old British artist Ben Long studied Art and Design at the Camberwell College of London. He had little financial backing so he had to find a cheap way to express his creativity and dust gave him the opportunity to create masterpieces by using only one finger.
Drivers now prefer to let their car unwashed in order to save money and get a creative picture in their dirty windows.
Could you ever imagine dust and dirt could be so lovely?
Now you a great excuse to let your car dirty…you may inspire artists to create a piece of art!
It takes only five minutes to the 22 year old Mr Konjusha from east London to transform dust into beautiful paintings. At the beginning his reword was just the smile on the driver’s faces but soon his fame spread among drivers.
He calls his project ‘The Great Travelling Art Exhibition’, and his mobile canvases travel all over the UK on freight vehicles.