Artist 'vandalises' dirty vehicles parked on streets to create art
Russian illustrator Nikita Golubev doesn’t consider dirty cars to be an eyesore. In fact, he treats them as blank canvasses to make beautiful art. (Photo: Instagram/ @proboynick)
Russian illustrator Nikita Golubev doesn’t consider dirty cars to be an eyesore. In fact, he treats them as blank canvasses to make beautiful art. (Photo: Instagram/ @proboynick)
For his project, he targets people’s cars parked in street nooks and corners of Moscow.
For his project, he targets people’s cars parked in street nooks and corners of Moscow.
Golubev has been involved a great deal in painting, drawing and digital art in the past.
Golubev has been involved a great deal in painting, drawing and digital art in the past.
There are times when he asks car owners for permission to work on their vehicles and sometimes they don’t even have a clue.
There are times when he asks car owners for permission to work on their vehicles and sometimes they don’t even have a clue.
The temporary nature of these art works makes them all the more fascinating.
The temporary nature of these art works makes them all the more fascinating.
As if we needed more excuses to be lazy and not wash our cars!
As if we needed more excuses to be lazy and not wash our cars!
Here's a prayer for folks who need some divine intervention in their lives.
Here's a prayer for folks who need some divine intervention in their lives.
That's a fierce-looking gorilla, isn't it?
That's a fierce-looking gorilla, isn't it?