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stowed out

stowed out  adj.— «It involved greater face-to-face discussions with local people. Sceptics said it wouldn’t work—because no one in the public would talk to “The Polis” either through fear or mistrust. In fact, when they went...

benching

benching  n.— «I engage in a practice that is referred to as “Benching.” All you need to go benching is a love for trains, and a keen eye for art and authority figures.…Benching is looking for and identifying graffiti and...

throw-up

throw-up  n.— «Across the street from the doorway collage is a big, black squiggle on the side of a rundown market. Two doors down, behind some leaning pallets, are two-toned bubble-letter “throw-ups,” around the corner...

reverse graffiti

reverse graffiti  n.— «Paul Curtis aka Moose is no regular graffiti artist. In fact, he’s the reverse-graffiti artist. He created his street art by cleaning the dirt and grime off of surfaces! Authorities are baffled: is selective cleaning...

car chalk

car chalk  n.— «Though several brands, colors and sizes currently are available, what is called “glass chalk,” “car chalk” or “car graffiti” began as liquid shoe polish. The process of scraping the shoe polish off car windows with razor...

glass chalk

glass chalk  n.— «Though several brands, colors and sizes currently are available, what is called “glass chalk,” “car chalk” or “car graffiti” began as liquid shoe polish. The process of scraping the shoe polish off car windows with razor...