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    Artist <a href="http://www.dirtycarart.com/" target="external">Scott Wade</a> creates masterpieces on dirty car windows. Here, he created his own version of "Mona Lisa" and "Starry Night."
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    This window is called "Houston Blues." Wade has been drawing in the dust and on rear windows for as long as he can remember but it wasn't until the summer 2003 that he took his art to the next level according to his bio.
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    This piece is called "Uncle Albert." Wade's dirty car art has taken him all over the U.S., London, Istanbul, Lisbon, Mexico City and Vancouver.
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    MC Escher
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    This is all about "Love." "I love trying to reproduce the old masters' paintings, but really I'm willing to try almost anything. To me it's not so much the subject, but the beauty of the medium that attracts me," Wade said.
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    A tribute to "Marilyn & Audrey" -- "The impermanence of this art form is one of the things I really love about it. For one thing, it helps me to not take it too seriously and to really have fun with it," according to Wade.
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    This "Modern Man" is ahead of its time. "Although I really love a "natural canvas," sometimes it just isn't practical to find a dirt road and drive around for days collecting dust. It takes about a week and a half to build up a proper "canvas." If you try to do it in a single day, the dirt just falls off the window," Wade said.
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    "Trapped" -- Wade said it takes about an hour to complete an image.
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