Artists that are interested in participating in the Graffiti HeArt’s mission and volunteering your time and artistic abilities should contact Graffiti HeArt at firstname.lastname@example.org and include a picture of your work.
Chad Fedorovich (“Chader One”) is a professional artist who developed his talents by studying and learning from other artists throughout his youth and young adult life. Chad recently moved from the West Coast to Cleveland in 2012 to pursue a career as a full-time artist and events coordinator.
Born and raised in Cleveland Ohio, Bob Peck began his art career at an early age as an admirer of graffiti art that he saw scattered around his neighborhood on the West Side of town. He always wondered how and why people did it. Years of being a bystander in the subculture went by and Bob continued to draw what he saw in his environment.
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Garrett Weider is a lifelong Clevelander. His influences of graphic design, street art and graffiti all come together with a love for his city.
Born in the fall of 1990, Dakarai is a modern artist, graphic designer, painter, member of Cleveland based collective Lab Cabin Cleveland and founder/designer of Lame Brotherhood.
Though Dakarai has dabbled in art his entire life, it was when he launched his brand Lame Brotherhood at the age of eighteen years old that started his creative whirlwind. He went from selling clothing and accessories out of his mom’s house to selling product worldwide from Lab Cab’s downtown Cleveland art studio.
Augustus, born an raised in the Cleveland area and a proud graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA in illustration/painting. After many years of experience , awards and exhibitions Augustus is a seasoned professional artist. His main focus is using art as a medium to inspire, motivate and educate others through a combination of color, texture and symbolism. Over 20 years of experience his exhibitions have been housed in institutions such as the Agnon in Beachwood, University hospital, Cleveland State University and the East Cleveland public library.