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Now this is the kind of “vandalism” that I can get behind!

Why? Well, because it’s not permanent and I think that even the people who discovered their vehicles with these works of art on them were probably at least a little bit pleased.

I’m talking about the handiwork of an artist named Nikita Golubev who uses cars and trucks caked in dirt, mud, and muck to make amazing drawings on the streets of his native Russia.

I have yet to see any of these kinds of illustrations in my neck of the woods, but I’m definitely keeping my eyes peeled!

Let’s take a look at Golubev’s work!

1. Star Wars is huge all over.

Especially that baby Yoda…

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2. Some good examples of his work.

Which one is your favorite?

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3. Under the sea.

Follow the light!

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4. That’s one huge jellyfish.

Be careful around this truck…

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5. This one is so cool.

Just checking for dust and dirt.

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6. Time to make a snow angel.

I love the detail on this one.

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7. A monster on top of the world.

Who’s in charge here?

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8. That’s not a good sign…

Wear a mask and keep your distance.

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9. Beware of the ALIEN.

Keep your eyes peeled.

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10. You can’t mess with RoboCop.

Nice try, though.

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11. Some nice flowers to enjoy.

As we get ready for Spring.

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I love this guy’s work!

And now we want to hear from you.

Do you have any interesting artists you like to follow on social media?

If so, please tell us about them in the comments and share some pics. Thanks!