Graffiti taggers and artists have been putting Krylon to all sorts of vehicles all over New York City for years. But for some reason these ubiquitous delivery trucks in Chinatown seem to get “bombed” the most. This vehicle, parked on the Bowery near East Broadway, sports a large, colorful “throw-up” by “Wasier” (or is it “Wasieir,” with a second, small “i”), as well as several other small tags. After a while, you start to recognize some variations of the same tags on other trucks and see the same trucks again as they travel to and from the hundreds of small factories and warehouses in Chinatown.

Ivan Corsa Photo