Futura: The Artist’s Monograph provides a retrospective on famed street artist Futura’s career. Born and raised in New York, Futura helped establish graffiti culture as a major force from the 1970s and onwards. This text covers his early beginnings, from tagging streetcars to putting his artwork in the same galleries as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring and Kenny Scharf. In the 1990s, Futura found more success through the commercialization of street culture, and from his commissions for pioneering clients like A Bathing Ape and Mo' Wax. Since then, the New York artist has worked with Nike, Undercover and Virgil Abloh, having expanded his brand worldwide with his recognizable name. This book evaluates Futura’s evolution as an artist and the development of his graffiti-based art style. Futura: The Artist’s Monograph spans over 40 years of work and showcases previously unseen reproductions of paintings and drawings from the artist. Key interviews are included throughout, solidifying Futura as a graffiti icon.