This review is from: All Colour But the Black: The Art of Bleach (Paperback)
The pictures in this book are stunning, widely varied, and in great quantity. Typically with art books, there's one quarter pictures and three quarters text explaining the concepts. While I wouldn't have minded some conceptual art, the art that remains is classic Kubo. There's everything from the photo shoots that inspired the Bleach Uncyclopedia entry as a fashion line, a christmas card design, and a few other tit bits not seen in the anime, and a few that weren't seen in colour in the manga.
Of course, it took me a while to notice a contents/index at the end that contained a brief description of the pictures included, such as what it was drawn for, etc. Stupid me read it as a left to right book. Didn't do any harm, like I said, no text to interfere with the pictures. Now I get to 'read' it all over again!