Inside Out is a global art project that gives communities all over the world a platform to express themselves through black and white photographs.

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Inspired by Parisian street artist JR and his large-format street pastings, Inside Out gives everyone the opportunity to share their portrait and make​ a statement.
Inside Out captures a collective message through headshots of individuals, which are printed on posters, pasted on public spaces and archived online, this global platform allows people to tell their untold stories and transform messages of personal identity into works of public art. Since 2007, installations have appeared on walls, sidewalks, streets, skyscrapers and historic buildings around the globe.
Each installation around t​he world is documented, archived and exhibited online to tell stories of community groups. More than 120,000 people from more than 108 countries have participated.


Start a Project

Tell us your group message, get your picture taken then paste the photos in a public location.

Send Us​

  • Your group name/organization
  • Number of participants
  • Your group message
  • Your group location and contact information, including address, phone number and email address to broward100@broward.org

Broward 100 Inside Out photo shoot in Miramar, FL 

Inside Out Broward will review and respond to your project within 30 days. Broward 100 will guide you through the entire installation process.


Ways to Participate

  • Submit an Idea 
  • Photograph the participants
  • Suggest a Location
  • Volunteer

Need Inspiration?

Over 200,000 people from more than 180 countries have participated.

Helpful Downloads

  1. Overview
  2. Project Guidelines
  3. Pasting Instructions
  4. More about the global Inside Out project

Contact us at broward100@broward.org with any questions or comments

Meet our Photographers:

​Beth Black 

  ​Photos courtesy of Kara Starzyk, Jody Leshinsky, Matt Whalley​ and the global Inside Out project. ​​​​​​​​​