Someone has drawn Ed Sheeran on the back of a dirty van and it's INCREDIBLE

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Friday, 3 February 2017, 10:33AM

In anticipation for the release of Ed Sheeran's album Divide, it feels like his face is literally plastered everywhere at the moment!

And now thanks to the artist Ruddy Muddy he’s even made it onto the back of a white van.

Rick Minns, from Wicklewood in Norfolk, who goes under the alias Ruddy Muddy, has carved out a place for himself in the art world with a new genre he likes to call ‘graffilthy art’.



Pics from the website of Ruddy Muddy, who is believed to have done the drawing INCREDIBLE artwork of Ed Sheeran drawn on the back of a white van in dirt has gone viral after a picture emerged online. The stunning image of the 25-year-old singer has been carved from the thick muck on the back of a dirty van by an artist known as ëRuddy Muddyí, who specialises in van art. The portrait has caught the attention of social media users who are in disbelief at the fine detail involved. Itís unclear where the photo of the van was taken however, some Facebook users have reported seeing it near Suffolk, East Anglia. The drawing captures an incredible likeness to the Grammy Award winner, who is shown with his guitar over his shoulder and the words of his new song ëCastle on the Hillí written below.

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It looks legit AF! Social media users have expressed their amazement online:


It is unclear where the photo was taken but some Facebook users reported seeing the van near Suffolk, East Anglia.