4. Suriani, who is from Sao Paulo and has been living and working in Paris since 2007, has become well-known for his depictions of drag queens through street art.
“As the political debate about equal rights has been quite active in France recently, I decided to get inspiration from it for my recent work. I have chosen the figures of drag queens because they match the positive vibe I have been trying to transmit with my work,” said the artist.
6. The fashion designer himself has approved of the most recent street homage.
8. See more of Suriani’s work here.
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