Issue number 10 of Pound the Pavement, a zine I irregularly produce. This one came out in 2007, and was two years in the making. Entirely focused on anti-George W. Bush street art, it contains over 175 photos of anti-Bush graffiti, stencils, stickers and posters from around the world, as well as an essay discussing and critiquing the effectiveness of the images. While dated, it is a great time-capsule of the mid-2000s, and a useful discussion of image politics in the realm of counter-electoral activism.
200 of these were originally produced, there are less than 25 left.