“The tags they made were nothing like the tagging crews’. They were made without pride or style at all. The way each tagging crewer made their name, you could tell who each one was and you had to smile each time you saw their name. Taggers like Trooper and Serch wrote their names in their own ways, crossing out other taggers’ names. But to them, crossing someone else’s name meant just that they were doing battle for space and names, but no one would get blasted. Their biggest thing was getting their name in the most visible, but hardest-to-get-to place, on walls and overpasses where it would be easy for them to get caught.”