Artist Peter Gibson aka 'Roadsworth' performs works linked to urban environments. The graffiti artist born in Toronto and living in Montreal creates one-of-a-kind art installations throughout the city, incorporating his works into the existing landscapes in a brilliant and creative way. Gibson does this for the love of art and personal expression, he executes these works in such a way that they are not viewed as a menace but loved for the sense of excitement and fulfillment that they add to the city.
Some of the works include road lines with a plug drawn in at the end, a fish skeleton at a crosswalk, tight rope walkers drawn walking on shadows and even gigantic shoe prints in the middle of the road.
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Explosively Erratic Murals
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Artist Peter Gibson Performs Works Linked to Urban Environments
- By: Ryan FowlerApr 13, 2013