As a kid there was nothing like dragging your finger across the dirty back window of your mom's minivan. Imagine lifting your finger to find you've created a Mona Lisa on the rear glass. Scott Wade of San Marcos, TX is perhaps the only person who could say he's done this.
Living on an unpaved road ensures that the back glass of Wade's MINI Cooper always has a willing canvas. In addition to his fingers, Wade also uses more traditional tools like brushes as well as unconventional ones like popsicle sticks to create his inspired dust art. The above pic shows his homage to Van Gogh's 'Starry Night' and Da Vinci's 'Mona Lisa'.
Follow the jump for more of Wade's work including a recreation of C.M. Coolidge's 'A Friend in Need' (a.k.a. dogs playing poker).
[Source: Statesman via Neatorama]