Man Paints With Ashes

One artist is a real-life PicASHo – as he incorporates his dead subjects ASHES into his artwork. Artist Adam Browns work has become so popular that he has receives daily requests from people wishing for either their ashes, or the ashes of others, to be turned into paintings of the likes of fishing spots, favourite animals, flowers and even Albert Einstein. Adam, from Grandview in Missouri, USA, came across the unique concept while watching a TV show.

One artist is a real-life PicASHo - as he incorporates his dead subjects ASHES into his artwork. Artist Adam Browns work has become so popular that he has receives daily requests from people wishing for either their ashes, or the ashes of others, to be turned into paintings of the likes of fishing spots, favourite animals, flowers and even Albert Einstein. Adam, from Grandview in Missouri, USA, came across the unique concept while watching a TV show.

One artist is a real-life PicASHo - as he incorporates his dead subjects ASHES into his artwork. Artist Adam Browns work has become so popular that he has receives daily requests from people wishing for either their ashes, or the ashes of others, to be turned into paintings of the likes of fishing spots, favourite animals, flowers and even Albert Einstein. Adam, from Grandview in Missouri, USA, came across the unique concept while watching a TV show.

One artist is a real-life PicASHo - as he incorporates his dead subjects ASHES into his artwork. Artist Adam Browns work has become so popular that he has receives daily requests from people wishing for either their ashes, or the ashes of others, to be turned into paintings of the likes of fishing spots, favourite animals, flowers and even Albert Einstein. Adam, from Grandview in Missouri, USA, came across the unique concept while watching a TV show.

One artist is a real-life PicASHo - as he incorporates his dead subjects ASHES into his artwork. Artist Adam Browns work has become so popular that he has receives daily requests from people wishing for either their ashes, or the ashes of others, to be turned into paintings of the likes of fishing spots, favourite animals, flowers and even Albert Einstein. Adam, from Grandview in Missouri, USA, came across the unique concept while watching a TV show.