This man transforms dusty cars into art pieces

By Kim Abrahams
22 April 2017

This artist uses dusty vehicles in Russia’s capital as his muses.

Remember walking past a dusty car in a shopping mall’s parking area, where the words ‘Please clean me’ are boldly written in finger marks on the vehicle?

Safe to say, most likely all of us have. But how often do you come across a grubby ride that’s been transformed into art?

Take a trip to Moscow, follow Nikita Golubev around and you’re bound to enjoy instantaneous street art because this artist uses dusty vehicles in Russia’s capital as his muses – and its result looks mind-blowingly awesome!

Read more: From ashes to dishes: Artist creates innovative ceramics made from human remains

Golubev’s creative pieces are part of an ongoing project called #dirtpainting, a series of street art he’s created.

Besides sticking his fingers on other peoples’ cars, Golubev is a multimedia artist, who does work in fine art, digital art, and character and film design.

Read more: This artist’s 3D sketches look so life-like you’ll want to reach out and touch them

But it’s his work in dust-painting we’re most intrigued by.

Check it out:

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Sources: metro.co.uk, thisiscolossal.com

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