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Wayne Roberts, ‘Stay High 149’ in Graffiti Circles, Is Dead at 61 By DAVID GONZALEZ Published: June 12, 2012 by the New York Times Wayne Roberts was a pioneering 1970s graffiti writer known as “Stay High 149” who borrowed the haloed stick figure from the title sequence of the 1960s television series “The Saint,” put a joint in its mouth and...
Michael Martin, Subway Graffiti Artist Iz the Wiz, Is Dead at 50 “This is it…..This is it…” By WILLIAM GRIMES Published: June 29, 2009 by the New York Times In the 1970s and ’80s, chances were good that anyone traveling the New York subways rode at least once in a car emblazoned with “Iz the Wiz.” Cryptic but...
Remembering 5Pointz: A Five-Story Building That Told Plenty More by Bruce Wallace November 21, 2013 5:01 PM The walls of 5Pointz were once covered in graffiti. Artists worldwide came to New York to paint the warehouse surface. (Bruce Wallace for NPR) This week, New York City lost a cultural landmark. The site known as 5Pointz was a graffiti...
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