A member of a small independent group taking part in irregular fighting, typically against larger regular forces
there was fierce fighting between guerrillas and government troops
Unconventional art created (often anonymously) in public spaces, usually conveying a social or political message; street art.
A war in which small groups of soldiers not belonging to regular or established army units engage in fighting against typically larger regular forces
A terrorist operating in an urban area
A person who creates guerrilla art.
A person who engages in guerrilla gardening.
The action or activity of covering objects or structures in public places with decorative knitted or crotcheted material, as a form of street art
The dramatization of political and social issues, typically performed outdoors, e.g. in the street or a park, as a means of protest or propaganda
Engagement in or the activities involved in a war fought by small groups of irregular soldiers against typically larger regular forces
Gardening on sites that the gardeners are not authorized to use (typically land which has been abandoned or otherwise neglected), especially as a political or environmental statement.
Innovative, unconventional, and low-cost marketing techniques aimed at obtaining maximum exposure for a product
Hostile action (such as bombings, kidnappings, etc.) carried out by urban guerrillas.