Cursive Fonts About Cursive Fonts Cursive fonts simply emulate cursive handwriting, in which letters are usually connected in a slanted and flowing manner. However, for different languages, cursive writing can mean differently, for example, for eastern Asian languages like Chinese, cursive writing focuses more on the formation and connectedness of strokes within an individual character while for Latin, Cyrillic and Arabic languages, cursive writing usually focuses more on the connections between letters.
A type of fat marker used by writers, not refillable.
Had its place in the early days of writing early to mid 70s but has been discarded in favor of bigger, better markers and spraypaint.
This is an older subway term from New York. Writers like it because it is opaque, waterproof, and is generally a bitch to buff because the base solvent is ethyl glycol. Comes in white, blue, red and yellow. I've never seen black or green. NYC MURAL A large-scale type of piecing, done top to bottom on a wall; usually a large production involving one or two pieces and usually some form of characters.
Also may refer to hip-hop music of this period.
Old-school writers are given respect for being there when it all started, and specific writers are remembered for creating specific styles. For example, Blade and Comet created blockbusters, Phase 2 created bubble letters, clouds, Skeme's "S", and so on.
Also called a sketch. Can also refer to the outline put on the wall and then filled, or the final outline done around the piece to finish it. It's generally agreed that a painting must have at least three colors to be considered a piece.
Also referred to as a "black book" or a "writer's bible". Prized because it writes wider than a Marks-A-Lot and is made to be refilled.
RACK To steal, usually paints or markers. In the past, most writers stole all materials used for painting. Due to paint lockups in California and other areas, this is no longer possible, so most paint is now bought.
Writers did mainly two-color throwups and some top-to-bottom throwups one color and silver because silver was hard to buff on these types of cars.
Ridgys ran in Brooklyn. Not done very often - tagbangers seem to like doing this. SCRIBER A tagging instrument, usually made out of a diamond drillbit, used to physically engrave one's name on buses and mass transit vehicles.
Considered by some writers to be more destructive than is needed. Sandpaper is sometimes used to tag buses in the same manner--it too is considered mass destruction. A certain type of throwup usually two colors that is filled very quickly with back-and-forth lines, rather than filled in solid.
SG-7 A type of big marker made by Sakura which is a little bigger than a Pilot, and it too is easily refillable, although it does not state that on the outside.
Sakura makes a model the same size called "Pentouch" which is a huge paint marker, complete with a mixing ball inside of it. They usually come in black and white. Can be anything from computer-generated, clear, generic blank stickers that have the writer's name on them to elaborate stickers with little pieces and characters.
So named because only suckers would piece or tag with said tip. That said, lots of old school kings used nothing but stock tips back in the day. TAG The most basic form of graffiti, a writer's signature with marker or spray paint. If a tag is long it is sometimes abbreviated to the first two letters or the first and last letter of the tag.
Also may be ended with the suffixes "one", "ski", "rock", "em" and "er". TAGGER As opposed to "writer"; this term is usually used to refer to those who only do tags and throwups and who never piece.
Some taggers seem to like more destructive methods such as scribers and sandpaper in addition to markers and paint. Some taggers do get interested in piecing, some don't. Taggers who never piece are sometimes called "scribblers" by more experienced, piecing writers.
If you touch the 3rd rail, you will most likely die. This style was invented by Phase 2. Subway art says it is "a name painted quickly with one layer of spray paint and an outline", although some consider a throwup to be bubble letters of any sort, not necessarily filled.
Throwups can be from one or two letters to a whole word or a whole roll call of names.We're always updating this page with even more cool weirdmakers, generators and weird maker styles, so be sure to check back often.
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In the urban jungle, your graffiti tag rules. It's a currency and a territorial marking with which you can stake your claim or make your presence known.
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