Montreal-based street artist Peter Gibson a.k.a. ‘’Roadsworth’’ is a street artist who uses streets as his giant canvas. His art was triggered by activism, as Roadsworth first began to work with bicycle symbols on streets throughout the city in order to protest for more bike paths. What began as a form of political protest soon blossomed into a personal artistic project. He creates his paintings by modifying already existing elements on the streets, such as lines and markings on roads and shadows created by railings.
If you want to learn more, you can read Roadsworth’s general statement from his official website. Check out creative Street art examples by Roadsworth.