The Zen of Impermanence & Dirty Car Art.

Via on Jul 6, 2009

dirty car art

by Sarah Miller

Sparing any water that might haplessly be used to wash his car,  Scott Wade instead prefers to utilize the filth for something more beautiful. The art he creates is one of a kind, entirely innovative and reminds us of an important life lesson: change and the transient nature of existence is inevitable. Enjoy it while it lasts!

All this through dirty car art?! Only in Texas folks…


Watch Scott in action.

*Thanks to Andrea Smith for the tip.

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About Saraswati J.

Saraswati J. is a Jyotish Coach and Consultant, bridging ancient Jyotish wisdom with Embodiment and Expressive Art Therapy resources. Her Jyotish work is especially well suited to the extra sensitive artists, mystics and healers—and those who need insights for their dharmic path and personal transformation process. Check out her website and find her on Facebook. You can join her newsletter for special astrological insights or register for her weekly Jyotish Basics classes for an extra dose of healing wisdom. Additionally, she creates unique adornments with the urban goddess in mind. Check out her jewelry at Swati Jr* Jewelry and also on Facebook.

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