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 that embraces themes of feminism and queer liberation.
Copenhagen-based artist pushing the boundaries of homoerotic graffiti with explicit yet amusing vignettes.
Paul le chien
Veteran street artist from London, Paul Le Chein has been putting up his homoerotic illustrations since 2005. While some of his work is made to confront the viewer's homophobia, it also honors friends of his who have died of HIV/AIDS.
Paris-based artist deconstructing gender and aesthetic codes of beauty through her Street Art and graffiti.
Roman street artist Aloha creates work that often features queer friends who inspire him. Aloha's art can be found in the streets, as well as at various self-managed social centers (centri sociali) throughout Rome.
Los Angeles based artist known for his whimsical pink SHEEP series and witty messages that explore queerness in a playful way.
Arty & Chikle
A gay duo from Mexico City, Arty & Chikle's work, which varies from graffiti to murals, embraces both furry and queer culture. Their mural above Metro Juárez in CDMX is one of the first gay themed mural in Mexico.
For over a decade, this LA-based artist has used 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.
Based in Southsea, UK, Mister Samo explores the trans experience, mental health, and celebrates the importance of visibility.
Brazilian street artist, currently in Montreal, Suriani explores gender expression with his vibrant life-size wheatpaste portraits of drag queens and other gender nonconforming people.
Originally from United Kingdom, Puck is a muralist who celebrates drag and gender non-conforming people as a reflection of queer values, acceptance, and a rebellion against social norms.
Diva dog la
Los Angles-based street artist Diva Dog transformed his childhood dog into a mascot for queer visibility. Using everything from stickers to wheat-pastes, Diva Dog leaves his canine projector in streets around the world.
Based in Portland, Oregon, Ace Troy's work often features a mash-up of pop culture iconography, mixed with sarcasm. In 2019, Ace announced on his Instagram account that he was a trans man.
For over a decade, Los Angeles-based stencil artist Jeremy Novy has been making queer themed street art with historic and homoerotic references.
Based in New York City and Portland, Bludog is primarily a stencil and sticker artist that weaves queer icons and symbol—such as Klaus Nomi and Divine—into his work.
Paul Harfleet - The Pansy Project
For the past 16 years, London-based Paul Harfleet plants pansies at sites of homophobia around the world as part of The Pansy Project.