Peter Gibson aka Roadsworth is a Canadian street artist, who transforms ordinary crosswalks, sidewalks, bike lanes and parking lots into vibrant street scenes. Roadsworth began painting the streets of Montreal in the fall of 2001. His work began as an act of protest against the dangers that automobiles pose to pedestrians and cyclists.
Given the possibility of moving between work, the gym and home again without ever setting foot outside, it‘s not surprising that many people are out of touch with their surroundings. Under such conditions, space is merely transitional; the passing of scenery between point A and point B and it is therefore treated as such.
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