By Jack Mobley
An innovative artist transformed his dirty car window an incredible version of The Creation of Adam.
Where others might just see a dusty windscreen, Dino Tomic sees a blank canvas to be turned into something more suited to the Sistine Chapel.
Dino, from Notodden, Norway, takes the end of a paint brush and outlines the main shadows and leading lines while blowing away any excess.
After a full day’s work, the artist had an incredible replica of the Michelangelo masterpiece, which he just washes away with water.
Dino said: “I just do art with things that normally people would not do art with.
“It took one entire day to complete.
“I only used one brush, the one you see in the video, nothing else.
“I needed to blow the dust away after I scratch it every 5 seconds.
“This is probably one of my least impressive pieces but one of the more different pieces.”
Dino has used the rear windshield of his car before, replicating the famous US landmark, Mount Rushmore.
Once Dino takes a moment to admire his work a bucket of water washes away to leave no trace of the once magnificent artwork.