Parking spaces, pedestrian crossings and other wide asphalt widths may not be particularly suited to artwork,
but for Montreal-based artist and activist Roadsworth (formerly known as Peter Gibson) every white or yellow traffic paint strip is a new opportunity.
His work on the road is to turn the most well-known parking wires into carnations, or to invite drivers to get out of their cars and bike,
but in other areas he builds large-scale facilities and works on wall commissions. He has updated the website with tons of works
(old and new) and is currently in print. You can follow Roadsworth on Instagram