Dirty Car Owners Find Their Cars “Vandalized” In The Most Unexpected Way, And Your Car May Be Next (New Pics)
It’s not really unusual to spot a dirty car while strolling around the city. Some of us even use it as a canvas to draw some silly pictures and “teach” their lazy owners a lesson. And while this is something you wouldn’t normally want to find all over your vehicle in the morning, this Russian artist Nikita Golubev (previously here) might actually change your opinion.
This Moscow-based illustrator takes the casual scribbles on dirty cars to a completely new level. The dirt is just another material for this artist to realize his ideas, and turning unwashed cars into amazing pieces of art has already become his thing. Although Golubev has been previously working on a lot of different projects, this one is special because of how fragile and temporary the final result is.
Scroll down to see his latest creations for yourself, and if you’re ever around Moscow – do not wash your car!
More info: Instagram
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