Graffiti Heart

  • Cleveland Graffiti Art

    Across the tracks

  • Cleveland Skyline

    Photo taken by Paul Duda

“Inspiring Health and Art in the community”

GH_LogoThis is the mission of Graffiti HeArt, a non-profit organization focused on promoting urban graffiti and street art in positive ways by showcasing urban artists and art through commissioned projects on various approved canvases. Urban community revitalization as well as educational programs for the youth and aspiring artists is our purpose.

Tour the Graffiti HeArt site and contact us ( ) if you are interested in funding a commissioned project, or if you would like to host an event.

Inspiring Health & Art in the Community

About Graffiti HeArt

The ability to create pathways that redirect youth away from graffiti vandalism and towards approved commissioned projects ultimately helps revitalize and sustain our urban neighborhoods while funding educational opportunities for the youth. More about Graffiti Heart.

Graffiti Heart was founded in 2013 with the purpose to promote graffiti and street art as an appreciated art form through aspiring talented artists, resulting in charitable contributions that fund art education scholarships and urban development projects in Northeast Ohio.  Read the Founder’s story of the evolution of Graffiti Heart.

Artists interested in participating in the Graffiti HeArt’s mission and volunteering your time and artistic talent and experience should contact Graffiti HeArt at .  Please include examples of your work.

If you would like to inquire about the possibility of commissioning a project on your property or on other forms of canvas, please contact and include your general geographic location in the email.

Help revitalize and sustain
our urban neighborhoods.

Meet the Crew


Graffiti HeArt Brings Living Color to the Gay Games 9 Festival Village!

The Graffiti HeArt crew made themselves known this past week at the Gay Games 9 (GG9) Festival Village, with cool energy and vibrant colorful graffiti, paint, and wheat pasted murals displayed at Mall C in downtown Cleveland, Ohio.    Mainstream artists participated and volunteered their time and their final pieces to Graffiti HeArt’s cause, “Inspiring Health […]

Graffiti Heart named the Official Art Installation for GG9 Festival Village!

Graffiti HeArt is happy to announce that we will be the official live art installation of the 2014 Gay Games 9 Festival Village that is held from Sunday afternoon, August 10th through Friday, August 15th.   Hip mainstream artists of the likes of  Bob Peck, Steve Ehret, Chader One & Labcabincleveland, Garrett Weider, Rust Belt Monster Collective, Lisa […]

Graffiti Heart receives first major donation!

Graffiti Heart is excited to receive its first donation from a supporting follower in Connecticut!   This generous $2,000 donation will help Graffiti Heart’s mission to provide opportunities for artists and youth through commissioned comment graffiti mural projects in Northeast Ohio!  Thank you to our donor for believing in our mission!

Graffiti HeArt launches its website!

Graffiti HeArt is excited to launch its website this month, a significant milestone for the organization!  The site will enable all of our community stakeholders (artists, property owners, businesses, investors, educators) to connect through the possibilities that Graffiti HeArt provides.    Please contact us with feedback on the new site at   We are still early […]

Fund educational opportunities for the youth