Offbeat artists are amusing and amazing the public in Britain, America and New Zealand. In the last few weeks:
Two other quirky artists whose works are displayed on the internet are America's Scott Wade and New Zealand's Maurice Bennett.
"Scott uses his finger to draw amazingly intricate illustrations in the dirt that builds up on the rear windows of his Mini Cooper and his wife's Mazda," columnist John Kelso wrote in the Austin, Texas American-Statesman.
" That's right, the man does artwork on the windows of filthy cars. Among his works are the Dogs Playing Poker, Mona Lisa, Kinky Friedman in a big hat next to the Capitol, a cartoony man being tongue-lashed by his old lady, even one of me in a gimme cap."
Scott, who lives on dusty Roadrunner Road, eight miles north of San Marcos, Texas, said "You'd be surprised how many potential canvases are ruined by some kid walking up and writing 'Wash Me' on it."
Maurice Bennett, aka The Toastman, calls himself "New Zealand's most renowned artist" and makes portraits on toast. "My toast work has been featured on Ripley's Believe It or Not," he says on his website.
"The portraits require many thousands of slices of bread, toasted to different tones to create skin highlights and shadow. They measure many meters in height and width, and are displayed as billboards or in public spaces, as the best view is gained from being some distance from the work."
He created a portrait of the rap artist Eminem by using more than 5000 M&M candies/lollies/sweets for a Colour My World competition conducted by the candymaker.
He is now working on a 4000-slice cocktail toast portrait of "the most famous New Zealander at the moment", Peter Jackson, director of the film Lord of The Rings. It will measure 2.4m square.