Russian “Vandal” Draws Graffiti On Dirty Cars, And The Owners Aren’t Even Mad (New Pics)

Has anyone ever written “Wash me” or scribbled some doodles on your dirty car? How about a full-sized RoboCop? Nikita Golubev (featured previously), an artist from Moscow, Russia, is taking dirty car drawings to a whole new level.

The artist turns dirty cars into a canvas for his unique creations. Even though Nikita has previously worked on various different projects, this one is special for its fragility and temporality. From hammerhead sharks to squatting pidgeons – the artist’s works are special and one of a kind. Next time you’re in Moscow, don’t wash your car – who knows, maybe the artist will turn it into a work of art?

Check out Nikita’s unique dirty car art in the gallery below!

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