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1.
A Graffiti artist who practices any form of Graffiti Art.
Writer is what you call yourself, not a tagger.
von DigDug 8. März 2004
 
2.
A person who creates with words vast worlds either through facts or pure imagination. A true writer that is commited to his/her work writes with their heart in order to bring what is truly their spirit to life.
This does not include those who are Fan Fiction writers only. Only because you're working off of something that already has set palces and characters. However Fan Fiction is a good way to start for aspiring newcomers.
von Demon 666 17. August 2004
 
3.
Writers write, right?
Right.
Write.
If you write you are a writer.
von Robin 23. April 2005
 
4.
A person, paid or unpaid, who writes. See literature for infomation on what writers do. A writer is one who uses words as a form of creative expression.
A sign of a writer is inventing stories about the people you see, no matter where you are.
von Katy 25. Dezember 2003
 
5.
A graffiti artist; practitioner of the art of graffit.
TFS is a writer in the San Fernando Valley area.
von TFS 24. Juli 2005
 
6.
An induvidual who practices Graffiti Art. A writer dedicates himself to proving his daring and skill by getting his/her name in the hardest to reach/most well seen places. Writers often piece/bomb/burn billboards, dridges and freight trains.

Writers are often skaters/snowboarders.

If you just draw shit on paper, you are not a graffiti artist or a writer. You may have the skill to draw it, but it is another thing to have the can control to make it happen on a wall, and to have enough balls to climb a 60 foot rickety ladder and express your feelings on a billboard.
I met a crew of writers at the train station yesterday. They called me a toy and got dirt on my hotdog, so I wrote over all their bombs. I still feel a little dizzy.
von ROTORone 6. August 2005
 
7.
A plagiarist of life.
Every writer is a frustrated actor who recites his lines in the hidden auditorium of his skull.
--Rod Serling
von Killing Kittens 23. Oktober 2004