Members of the Hylaea elaborated the doctrine of cubo-futurism and assumed the name of budetlyane (from the Russian word for "future").
Futurism influenced many other twentieth century art movements, including Art Deco, Vorticism, constructivism, surrealism and Dada.
Nonetheless the ideals of futurism remain as significant components of modern Western culture; the emphasis on youth, speed, power and technology finding expression in much of modern commercial cinema and culture.
Futurism was a largely Italian and Russian movement, although it also had adherents in other countries.
The painters Balla and Severini met Marinetti in 1910 and their artistic creations represented futurism's first phase.