Nope. You’re not looking at a painting inside a museum. What you’re actually seeing is a dusty car window made as a canvas by Scott Wade! The artist makes use of car surfaces to make artworks from the dirt that covers the vehicles. Every masterpiece is made inside the glass space bordered by the car’s body with the use of different paint brushes together with his hands. One artwork can take him a minimum of 40 forty minutes up to a maximum of 4 hours. Because of the rain or gradual destruction over time, Wade's artwork is wiped clean which leaves him a new space to start another masterpiece.