National Film Board of Canada feature "Roadsworth: Crossing the Line" a documentary which follows the work of Canadian street artist Peter Gibson, aka Roadsworth.

Gibson integrates provocative art with government traffic signage, questioning the ownership of public space.

Peter Gibson, is also known as Roadsworth, is keen that attaches to road markings city of Montreal more than a pretty kettle and a live appearance. He started in 2001 with a drawing on cycle tracks. The artist himself said that he would like to create a new vision for the seemingly everyday things, in particular, and to attract universal attention to the “automobile culture” in general.
In autumn 2004, Peter Gibson was arrested and charged with committing 53 crimes related to the deterioration of road markings, but thanks to the support of residents of the city was relatively lenient sentence.