"From the illustrations on the inside covers to the faux duct tape and stickers on the outside, Piecebook is an impressive re-creation of its original inspiration," XLR8R magazine hailed Piecebook when it was published in 2008. The unique book, already a classic in the graffiti genre, allowed readers to understand first-hand how graffiti is planned and sketched before it hits the wall. In this follow-up volume, covering a later period, graffiti experts Sacha Jenkins and David Villorente continue their project to give the wider public access to the art form's profound visual language. Featuring renowned artists from the mid-1980s to today, including Cope, Reas and Wane, it reveals a remarkable evolution of graffiti art, in which distinctive styles by older artists are morphed by the next generation and ideas are given shape and refinement. Designed in a similarly arresting format, Piecebook II mimics the actual sketchbooks graffiti artists have drawn in, carried and passed around for years. The book's uncoated stock is the perfect background for displaying authentic, previously unpublished sketches.