Scott Wade

http://www.dirtycarart.com/

Scott Wade started creating masterpieces, in dirt, on car windshields. I feel this is very unique and another amazing way to turn something unwanted and thought of as bad, into beautiful art. I love art that turns our dirty world into something beautiful and creative. Click on the link to look through Scott Wades gallery, and watch videos of how he has mastered the art of dirt.

“Mona Lisa/Starry Night | This image featuring Leonardo’s “Mona Lisa” with Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” is shown at its peak. These images drawn in the dust are obviously quite impermanent. One of the cool things about them is how they change over time. More dust accumulates as the car is driven down the road. Early morning dew streaks and dots the image, creating a patina. A light shower creates a deeper patina… Photo Credit: Scott Wade”

This one only took an hour to create!

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Valerie Miller

http://anycoloryoulike.biz/

“TRASH: anycoloryoulike is a public art project for urban beautification and environmental awareness. The project consists of select city blocks in which new artist-created trash bags transform standard piles of trash into vivid sculptures of color through the participation of local business owners and residents. The project was developed by artist Adrian Kondratowicz.”

Starting in Holland Adrian Kondratowicz decided to turn trash into art, literally. With an installment in NYC you can now see these artistic trash bags dotting NYC sidewalks on trash day. I feel this is a great way to turn something ugly into something beautiful, while helping to make people more aware of just how much trash we do make, by make it stand out and become more noticeable.

It is rumored that there are to be new colors and designs out this Spring.

Valerie Miller

http://www.frankfuzzyparis.com/

“Frank Fuzzy is a French designer who dresses up your walls with large designs made out of velvet!
His product can be directly applied on different surfaces such as painted walls, glass, mirror, metal, or plastics.

Featured for the first time in 2009 during the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in NYC, this true innovation is quickly reaching individuals and professionals in search of new decorative solutions.”

I feel this is an amazing and unique way to add a new design element to your home. Walls now have texture options as part of its art! This is very unique and I feel it will become more and more popular.


Frank Fuzzy