You know what separate artists with the talent to adapt from other ‘regular’ artists? It would be the ability to improvise and turn out amazing illustrations in situ. No paints, no brushes, no nothing, and such is what Moscow-based artist and illustrator Nikita Golubev AKA ProBoyNick has demonstrated. How? Well, it turns out that extremely dirty vehicles found on the streets can also serve as perfect canvases for this very talented, adaptive artist to showcase his (or her?) work of art. What Golubev did was “etching” images of animals on them (the dirty vehicles) with a process which involves “cleaning” the dirt to create an image.

Dirty Art by Russian Artist Nikita Golubev AKA ProBoyNick

Obviously, this ‘process’ is not new; I am sure most of us has one point in time “draw” or “doddle” on a dirty car – either your own or strangers’, but our stickman or ‘[email protected]*k you’ scribble is a far cry from what ProBoyNick had done. It is suffice to say what ProBoyNick have pulled off is quite a sight to behold. In fact, it almost felt like those images were meant to be on those vehicles anyways. Don’t believe? Just take a look for yourself. You can also find more his work entitled “Dirty Art” on the artist’s Facebook and Instagram page.

Dirty Art by Russian Artist Nikita Golubev AKA ProBoyNick

Dirty Art by Russian Artist Nikita Golubev AKA ProBoyNick

Dirty Art by Russian Artist Nikita Golubev AKA ProBoyNick

Dirty Art by Russian Artist Nikita Golubev AKA ProBoyNick

Images: Nikita Golubev AKA ProBoyNick.

via Colossal.

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