Celebrated during his lifetime as much for his personality as for his paintings, Andy Warhol (1928-1987) is the man who invented
Pop Art, the notion of 15 minutes of fame, and the idea that an artist could be as illustrious as the work he creates. With
a unique, focused look at Warhol's life, this graphic novel biography offers insight into the turning point of Warhol's career
and the time leading up to the creation of the Thirteen Most Wanted Men mural for the 1964 World's Fair, when Warhol clashed
with urban planner Robert Moses and architect Philip Johnson. In Becoming Andy Warhol, New York Times bestselling writer Nick
Bertozzi and artist Pierce Hargan showcase the moment when, by stubborn force of personality and sheer burgeoning talent,
Warhol went up against the creative establishment and emerged to become one of the most significant artists of the 20th century.