Burner: A cross between a bomb and a piece, a burner is made up of at least three different colors of paint.
Line Tag/One Liner: One line of graffiti, usually a tag, done without lifting up the marker or paint.
Mob: A verb used for the act of going out and writing graffiti.
Piece: An intricate, large-scale painting with multiple colors, usually at least five.
Spray paint: Krylon spray paint was huge for graffiti art in the early '90s, but now, companies like Montana make specialized paint just for graffiti, according to Exit.
Tag: Graffiti name.
Tips: These spray out paint in different sizes and are specially made for the graffiti community; they're available at hip-hop shops around town.
Top-to-Bottom: Covering an entire wall or train car with graffiti.
Toy: A derogatory term for a beginner in graffiti, or an older person who never got good.
Wheat pasting: A form of postering within the street-art community. Draw and print a poster, then paste it on the wall with a wheat mixture.