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Graffiti HeArt Wall-Street Projects Invade Major Corporations

Breaking News! Stuffy Corporate walls and conservative office halls make a workplace a dull space. Graffiti Heart brings solutions to the Board Room!
Graffiti HeArt has been invading major local companies in the Greater Cleveland area over the past two months, bringing diverse graffiti mural art to the workplace! Photo May 06 Two new community partners have opened their hearts and walls to Graffiti HeArt, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, bringing color to the workplace and funding two Graffiti HeArt scholarships! “Partnering with Corporations to install graffiti and mural art has led to fascinating effects, including high employee engagement, energy, and a cool vibe in the workforce making a case for high employee satisfaction”, Stamy Paul commented, President of Graffiti HeArt, and Vice President of Airgas North Division.
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Employees had input in identifying the art themes for the 4 murals that were installed on various floors of the Airgas Business Support Center in Independence, Ohio. Murals included diverse welders by Rachel Latina, CLE skyline with the Eiffel Tower (based on the Air Liquide Company influence) by Dakarai Akil, the Edmund Fitzgerald with the Lake Erie Monster serpent by Osman Alim Muhammad,and a R!ch Cihlar robot with Bob Peck’s abstract flare.

IMG_1080Graffiti HeArt also made its way into the new headquarters of Dealer Tire, located on East 70th and Euclid, including a 90′x20′ “GRIT” graffiti installation on the bare brick interior walls of the refurbished building. “We were thrilled to be considered to partner with Dealer Tire. The owners are huge supporters of the arts and philanthropy, and we are very appreciative that Graffiti HeArt could be part of fulfilling their mission!”

Graffiti HeArt is always looking for projects to bring life into walls, whether it be corporate offices, classrooms, public spaces, or private living rooms. An additional 8 scholarships for the Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program will be awarded to underserved high school students this year. That’s A LOT of WALLS! Contact us today for your donation and mural project! Visit Graffiti HeArt

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Inspiring Health & Art in the Community

“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 scholarships for the underserved 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 sponsor a graffiti mural project.