Think There’s Nothing Nice About A Dirty Car? One Artist Will Make You Think Again

Using dust and a variety of brushes, Wade creates rich, detailed scenes on car windows.

Many of his pieces are commissioned for events and organizations, like this one for the San Marcos Public Library.

This re-creation of Hokusai’s famous woodblock print was created for a Japanese TV show.

So why dust on cars and not paint on canvas? For Wade, it’s about shifting people’s perceptions

This piece was commissioned by Progressive’s Flo herself.

Many of his pieces are inspired by natural beauty, especially that of his native Texas.

Other pieces take their inspiration from famous works of art, like this Renoir painting.

He also likes to create personalized pieces for friends, like this birthday “card.”


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