Color Block wall at the Tyler Village space, home of the CLE Flea, circa 2017. Designed by client & Graffiti HeArt. Made possible by Graffiti HeARt.see it in person
Welcome to Tremont was a project that Graffiti HeArt managed from start to finish, partnering with Tremont Convenience Food Mart located at 2630 West 14th Street. Artists: Alan Giberson and Vic Savage. The Welcome to Tremont mural is copyrighted. Circa July 2018.see it in person
“More Heart Than Art” mural was sponsored and made possible by Graffiti HeArt in partnership with GSAD and Land Studio. Ish Muhammad, Chicago artist and Eileen Dorsey, Cleveland artist, collaborated on this 60 foot by 20 foot mural along the side of Stockyard Meats, 6105 Detroit Avenue, next to the Cleveland Public Theatre. Circa 9/15/2017.see it in person
Cleveland Municipal School District project for Campus International School. Made possible by Graffiti HeArt. Artist: Garrett Weider. Circa 2016.see it in person
Graffiti HeArt landed in Westlake, Ohio to bring in an urban flare at the Crocker Park mall. Check out these 4 cool installations that we are so very proud of incorporating in the suburban community! Circa 2016. Artists: R!ch, Bob Peck, Monster Steve, Alex.see it in person
The Greetings From Cleveland mural was made possible by Graffiti HeArt and sponsored by South of Lorain Block Club. Victor Ving’s Greetings Tour made a stop through Cleveland, engaging Vic Savage and Alan Giberson in the mural installation project. Circa 9/2015.see it in person
Graffiti HeArt welcomed our Community Partner, CLE urban winery with cool artwork and signage inside! Artists: Bob Peck, Russ Sands, Alan Giberson ~ Photography by Elaine Manusakis. Circa 2016.see it in person
Original aerosol mural from the 2014 International Gay Games 9 held in Cleveland, Ohio. Graffiti HeArt was the only live art installation of the Gay Games, held at Festival Village, Mall C downtown CLE. Piece is permanently installed in the Tremont Athletic Club. Artist: Bob Peck.see it in person
In addition to the “Mujeres Fuertes” mural in Cayey, Puerto Rico, the students from the School of the Arts (Escuela de Bellas Artes Municipio de Cayey) designed and created a mural with the guidance of artist, Danielle Mastrion. Circa 2018.see it in person
The “Mujeres Fuertes” (Strong Women) mural was sponsored and made possible by Graffiti HeArt, raising funds in order to bring a large-scale mural installation and donations to the Puerto Rico town called Cayey. Graffiti HeArt selected and brought Brooklyn, NY artist Danielle Mastrion, to research, design and install a mural that captured the essence of the culture of Cayey, with the influence of artist Romon Frade. This project raised money to help families in need post-Maria hurricane. Circa 4/26/2018.see it in person
Circa 2012.see it in person
Several murals were installed on makeshift walls during the 2014 International Gay Games 9 held in Cleveland, Ohio. Graffiti HeArt was the only live art installation of the Gay Games, calling in more than 20 artists to partake in the mural installations. Many of these original murals are in the Graffiti HeArt graffiti gallery in Cleveland. Circa 2014.see it in person
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