Stay High 149, born Wayne Roberts, was getting his tag up on New York City walls and trains before graffiti had a name. In the 60s and 70s, he went from being just another kid in the Bronx to the original New York City street art legend. His groundbreaking style and smoker glyph was everywhere. Despite three decades in and out of jail and rehab, Stay High never stopped drawing on walls and canvases, and remained a sincerely nice guy to the end. That smoker’s halo has a new meaning now. The legend continues.
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