Urban fighter seeks to combat the absence of free space one tag at a time until society destroys him.
People have this misconception that graffiti is all about the "what", the "where", and occasionally the "why". What the writer is putting up, where the piece is placed, and why the writer commits such actions.
But graffiti is more than this. A large element of the form is the "how". Not how the actual, physical process is executed on the street, but how the writer executes their work in entirety, from the depths of their mind to the expanses of the wall.
(Being opinionated scares me.)