Peter Gibson, also known as Roadsworth, started graffiti in the streets of Montreal from the fall of 2001. At the time, he was a cyclist who wanted to win more public roads for the bike family. Draw some bicycle signs on the streets of Montreal, and let the drivers think they are bicycle lanes.
In 2004, he was arrested for drawing an accident on the street and accused fifty or three mischievous charges.
However, this has made him a blessing in disguise, and has been recognized by the public. Since then, he has been continuously appointed to the appointed street art project. His works are mostly based on environmental protection, and he exaggerated humor to arouse everyone's sense of responsibility and protection for the public environment.
The creation time of graffiti is not like other art creations. It has been conceived for a long time and has no drafts. The works are full of occasionality and individuality, so they are more lively and lively.
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