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aerosol art

aerosol art  n.— «Mr. Beer said his work is not gang related and he sees graffiti (or aerosol art as he calls it) as art, whereas the symbols and numbers done by gangs or bored teenagers is vandalism.» —“Pickering passes new graffiti...

wall wiki

wall wiki  n.— «For many of the 120 attendees, BarCamp Vancouver might have seemed an informal affair, with wall wikis—large sheets of paper—taped to the wall for graffiti and acronyms and a schedule hastily constructed on Saturday morning...

slap tag

slap tag  n.— «Police seized adhesive tags used to spray graffiti on and stick to walls, referred to as “slap tags,” spray can tips, acrylic paints and etching tools in the man’s bedroom.» —“Vandal suspect...

graffer

graffer  n.— «There’s been an explosion of graffiti in the downtown district in New Haven this summer. To the trained eye, it’s not just an part of the urban landscape. Police say, it is often a reflection of what’s going on in the streets...

all-city

all-city adj. especially among graffiti writers, citywide. In the phrase go all-city, to emblazon a tag or message throughout an urban area. Editorial Note: A related term is the verb king. Thanks to Barry Popik for his work on the term. (source:...

aerosol graffiti

aerosol graffiti  n.— «Despite an increase in graffiti arrests, the battle is far from over, and now there may be a new fight ahead. Graffiti in Hawaii is no longer limited to what’s called the aerosol-graffiti scene.» —“New type of...