7. KAWS Book
When someone decides to write and publish a book about you, you know you’re kind of a big deal. In 2010, Monica Ramirez-Montagut published a book all about KAWS and his work throughout the years. With 256 pages, the book is a retrospective of the artist’s career, ranging from his days writing graffiti on the streets to making a name for himself in the art world. The hardcover book featured an array of photos of artwork by KAWS, including street art, paintings, toys, and apparel.