if you want to look at stickers, and not read about the history of them, that is. and that's the "graffiti" end of the stickering spectrum, not the "fuzzy unicorns in your sticker album" end. while there a couple pages written in the beginning, this book is all about looking at street art stickers collected from the world over. it's layed out like these guys just arranged the stickers on a scanner and took those scans, leaving them untouched, and bound em into a book. which is the way to go. in some cases, similar colors are grouped together, but other than that, it's pretty slap-dash, as stickering tends to be.
the types of sticker vary greatly. mass-produced, one-offs, by hand, multi-color, single-color, stencilled, they're all here. you'll see things you recognize, and tons of art you don't, and you'll be astounded by the quality of all of it.
200 pages (even some blank ones for your own stix in the back!), full color, hardcover. the best of every possible world. and it even come shrink wrapped, so it's all nice and crispy when ya crack it open. for the money, you can't go wrong if you're a sticker nerd.
as of now, there are no images of the inside of this book posted by the publisher, but i wil try to post a few myself, so check to see the pics. the inside of this book is it's biggest selling point.