Out In The Streets has filmed in seven different countries, and over a dozen cities - including New York, Paris, London, Copenhagen, Rome, Montreal, Mexico City, and Los Angeles.
Below are just some of the Queer Street Artists featured in the film.
New Orleans-based graffiti writer with a witchy, almost carnival drag aesthetic.
Copenhagen-based artist pushing the boundaries of homoerotic graffiti with explicit yet whimsical vignettes.
Paris-based artist deconstructing gender and aesthetic codes of beauty through her Street Art and graffiti.
LA-based artist using aggressive, overtly homoerotic imagery as a political tool to make viewers confront their own homophobia while instilling a sense of pride in queer people.
Brooklyn-based street artist whose work often targets advertising and the NYC subway system with pasteups and graffiti.
Los Angeles-based stencil artist who has been making queer themed street art for over a decade.
Brazilian street artist, currently in Montreal, who explores gender expression with his vibrant life-size wheatpaste portraits of drag queens and other gender nonconforming people.