When a writer or crew have his/her/their name all over the city. The one who are most up.
Disagreement or conflict between writers.
To copy another writer. Plagiate.
A writer's sketch book. Same name also used for a album of pictures.
Square wide lettered piece.
Prolific writing. Seen mostly as tags and throw-ups.
Graffiti removal. Can also mean very strong ink in a marker.
Where the graffiti are removed.
A well done piece. Were the letters are stylish and technically well done, often seen as Wild Style.
A changeable spray can nozzle. Fitted to can to make different width. (Skinny, Soft, Fat).
Organized group of writer's.
Crossing over someones work. Are considered higly disrepectful.
Gradiations of colors.
Throw ups done on the middle level on a subway/train car.
Railroad freight cars.
When a writer paints over another. Seen as the biggest sign of disrespect.
The color inside the letters.
The act of writing or painting.
The most accomplished writer in a given category. (King of style, King of throw ups, etc. etc.)
Were the trains are parked.
Two painted train cars, connected to eachother.
Writing culture post 1984.
Writing culture prior 1984.
The "frame" of a piece. Painted after the fill in.
A piece under the windows and between the doors on a subway or train.
A writer's work. Formal name is Graffiti masterpiece.
A large scaled piece and characters. Often seen with many different writers were they theme the background.
A name made with bucket paint and rollers.
A writer's signature.
A quickly made piece, mostly made just with the outline and a thin layer of paint.
A piece which extend from the top to the bottom of a subway car or train car.
New, bad or inexperienced graffiti writer or painter. See more here.
A whole side of a subway or train car painted.
When a whole subway or train are painted.
A piece with letters hard to solve by non-writers.
A piece made below the windows on a subway or train car.
An etching of a tag on a window. Most commonly found in bus stops, buses, trains and train stations.
One who paints graffiti.
The king of all writers. A god amongst men.