by Kevin Gould
2016 – 2015
La Presse: Chapleau & others
Le Devoir: Garnotte & Fleg
Journal de Montréal: Beaudet & Ygreck
Chris DeWolf has the cover story on Roadsworth in the current Spacing magazine, and he republishes the article here on Urbanphoto.
Stefan and qatzelok are discussing. Toggle Comments
Our roads are hideous and dangerous, but Roadsworth makes us accept them in their present state. He’s like 11th hour spin for car culture.
why not paint a corpse everywhere a mortal accident happened (as people tend to put up crosses here in austria, on rural roads, or white ghost bicycles elsewhere) and draw some red smears where someone was hurt in traffic. that’d paint a more realistic picture of the state of traffic as it is.
it’d be not as entertaining as roadsworth’s work. but the key question is: what can we contribute that will make us as society reflect, and change.
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