Texas artist Scott Wade paints amazingly detailed images on grimy car windows. Here, his take on Albert Einstein. Note that Wade's cat Squeek has left his stamp of approval, a paw print, on the physicist's forehead.
The faces on South Dakota's Mt. Rushmore go mobile, thanks to the work of Wade, who is also known as the "Dirty Car Artist." Ironically, Wade starts off by cleaning the windshield and then uses a blow dryer to apply an even coat of dust to his canvas.
This rear-window painting merges two famed works--Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" and Vincent Van Gogh's "Starry Night." Wade notes that his paintings change over time, as more dust accumulates on them and dew streaks and dots them, creating a patina.