Russian artist turns dirty cars into automobile masterpieces
When your car is dirty, you probably just clean it straight away - but to Russian artist Nikita Golubev, it's a masterpiece waiting to be uncovered.
He's been "#dirtpainting" in Moscow, Russia, for the past two weeks, the Daily Mail reports.
He uses fingers and brushes to create the works of art, which can be destroyed at any moment.
He's quickly gained thousands of fans on Instagram thanks to the art, according to the Daily Mail.
The artist has shared pictures of praying hands, sea creatures and an intricate drawing of a gorilla on the social media platform, to the awe of his fans.
"I love the idea of creating art you are sure will be gone in any minute," one fan commented on a post.
"I love the fact that the message stays whilst your art will fade with time. The impact you leave is beautiful," another commented on one of the artist's posts.
The artist is self-taught.
After creating each dust masterpiece, he signs off on the creation, with the name "ProBoyNick".