Graffiti writers usually use this as a derogatory term for new writers in the scene, or writers who are old to the scene and still do not have any skill or reputation. The act of "toying" someone else's graffiti is to disrespect it by means of going over it (see "slash"/"going over").
To put up a wheatpaste, an artist covers an area with the paste, then unfurls a poster, drawing, painting, or photo made off site. After smoothing out the paper’s wrinkles and bubbles, another smear of wheatpaste goes on top. The result is sometimes called a paste-up.
In graffiti …of graffiti, known as “tagging,” which entailed the repeated use of a single symbol or series of symbols to mark territory. In order to attract the most attention possible, this type of graffiti usually appeared in strategically or centrally located neighbourhoods.
Wildstyle graffiti is a form of graffiti which involves the use of highly stylized letters. To the casual eye, the writing is often utterly mysterious and indecipherable, but each graffiti artist actually follows a set pattern and technique, which means that wildstyle graffiti can be interpreted by those in the know, or people with the patience to decode a wildstyle piece.