Rick Minns drives a white van, but he likes it best when it's muddy. In just 10 minutes, he can turn a filthy door panel into a work of art. See the complicated shading of this girl and boy, holding hands as they walk into the darkness of heavily caked mud, clutching balloons as fluffy as clouds? Her diffidence, his confidence, the curl of her hair, the tilt of his hat: such detail, and all created by a bloke doodling with his finger on the side of his van. Actually, this piece took more like 15 to 20 minutes, he says.
He calls his style "graffilthy".
This certainly makes a change from the usual 'graffilthy': Clean me!