Peter Gibson, a.k.a. Roadsworth could face up to $100,000 in fines for his controversial 'street' art. He brings urban banalities to life by creating candles out of crosswalks, for example. He makes one stop to reflect, as does all good art. The question is, should his conscientious work be scrutinized and treated as public vandalism? Or should it not be considered in a different light-- as poetic activism, and, as art?