The way a board looks is often just as important to a skater as the way it rides. Decorating and customizing your skate deck with stickers has always been a way of supporting your favorite brands, and has come a long way in helping to influence the aesthetics of pop culture. A new book of fully peelable stickers, called Stickerbomb Skate: 150 Classic Skateboard Stickers, put together by the Stickerbomb team has capitalized on this nostalgic practice.

The book includes classic and new stickers like Jim Phillips' iconic drawings for Santa Cruz, to Girl and Alien Workshop's distinctive art direction. Additionally, interviews are conducted with key illustrators who had roles in creating some of the artwork we still see to this day.

The book will become available online soon and can be purchased here when the time comes.

  • Photography:Madison Blair

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