Write Your Name Graffiti Style using The Graffiti Creator
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graffiti my nameSo, you want to write your name in graffiti style, eh? After all, nobody wants a bland-looking font, especially when it comes to your title. The style your name is spelled out in should maybe say a little bit of something about you, don’t you think?

You don’t have to be an artist to achieve that graffiti-type style lettering. You don’t need Photoshop or other expensive software either. Thanks to The Graffiti Creator, it’s all possible to do for absolutely free online. Best of all, it’s simple, fast, and fun!

The Graffiti Creator is an easy-to-use Flash application that allows you to make your very own graffiti-styled logotypes, so it can be your name or basically any text you want. It’s more than just a boring font generator, though. Everything is highly customizable and straightforward.

write my name in graffiti

First off, choose from one of the seven creators available: Jedimind, Throwup, Wavy, MindGem, OldSchool, Flava and Bubbles. The creators’ interfaces can vary slightly, but they’re all more or less the same. What does change is the style of the graffiti, along with some of the customizable features that you can play around with.

Once you’ve picked your favorite style, type in your name into the text entry box. Hit the Generate or Create button and your text will appear in the space above the tools panel.

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Now, you can customize the text to your liking. You may want to start out with scaling the letters by adjusting the Width, Height, and Rotation slider bars. Keep in mind that you can drag and drop all characters wherever you please and you can choose to control particular letters and not others.

write your name in graffiti

For example, if I want to make the first “c” in my last name lowercase, simply click on all the other letters to deactivate them. Those characters will now become inactive and any changes you make will not affect them.

Alright, now let’s try liven things up a bit with some color. Make sure that you have all the characters you want colored activated and hit the color of your choice. Feel free to use the RGB controls on the left-hand side to find a specific color.

You may notice that the first color you choose only affects the top coat of the text. To bring color to the rest of the characters, go to the right-hand side of the tools panel for the advanced options.

graffiti my name

From there, you can add color to the sides, outlines, and even add cool effects. Remember that the effects will vary depending on which creator you chose, so keep an eye out for different ones.

Once you are happy with your masterpiece, you can print it out. Unfortunately, there’s no working option to save your name, but you can always take a screenshot and do it that way.

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That’s how mine came out. How did yours? Also, do you know of any other websites where you can write your name in graffiti style? Let us know in the comments.

Image Credit : Brian Auer

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  1. Dreama Gattie
    July 25, 2017 at 4:07 pm

    Thanks for the awesome information! I highly appreciate it.


  2. Ram das kandiki
    March 1, 2015 at 12:22 am

    Do or die it my atticde

  3. ertop dert
    January 17, 2010 at 7:42 am


  4. Amro
    January 8, 2010 at 6:42 am

    Very Good

  5. kristen
    January 4, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    how do u make it i dunno how to do it wat do u click on to start makeing???

    • John McClain
      January 4, 2010 at 10:38 pm

      On the left-hand side of The Graffiti Creator website, just look for the links under "The Creators" and click on one of them to get started.

  6. ali akbar
    December 25, 2009 at 10:02 am

    it's fantastick and cool

  7. sharif
    December 24, 2009 at 7:44 pm

    this is cool

  8. Toney Starks
    December 4, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    I like a lot!