LGBTQ·Posted on Jul 16, 2014New Paris Street Art Pays Tribute To Conchita Wurst's Runway GreatnessYou better werk, graffiti Conchita!by Sarah KarlanBuzzFeed News ReporterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Street artist Suriani has taken Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst's recent Fashion Week debut to the streets. Literally. Flickr: surianii Right down to the last details, the artist has recreated Wurst's look on Jean Paul Gaultier's runway last week for the 2014 Fall/Winter Haute Couture show. Flickr: surianii Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters "I decided to transpose the beautiful image of Conchita dressed by the emblematic couturier to the streets," the artist told BuzzFeed. Flickr: surianii 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. Flickr: surianii "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. Last April, the artist created images of former RuPaul's Drag Race contestants for the Paris streets. Flickr: surianii Flickr: surianii The fashion designer himself has approved of the most recent street homage. Jean Paul Gaultier @JPGaultier Street couture is unstoppable! @ConchitaWurst #Suriani's artwork spotted in Paris. 09:13 AM - 15 Jul 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Graffiti Conchita, you look faaaaabbullloussss! Flickr: surianii See more of Suriani's work here.