This term is a simplification of “masterpiece”. It refers to a work that is “hot”; so good that it “burns” on the wall. Label. street art in its most simplistic form.
A character is another form of signature. From back to back or end to end: a huge piece of graffiti that covers a wall from one end to the other, similar to the pieces found on the western side of the Berlin Wall. In a subway train, it refers to a piece that covers the entire train, from end to end. Usually painted under the windows of a car, they are sometimes called lowered windows.
Thread bombardment: a recent type of street art activity that uses crochet or colored woven fabrics, which are placed on different parts of public furniture, such as sculptures, fences, streetlights, monuments, etc. Outdoor installations belong to the domain of public art, terrestrial art, public interventions or street art, although these forms of art often overlap. Like any other subculture, graffiti and street art have their own specific language and terms, with hundreds of words and phrases used to describe different sources, styles and aspects of graffiti.