We propose StickyTouch, a novel tactile display that represents an adhesive information. This adhesive surface is capable of manipulating the degree of adhesion, enabling new kinds of interactions such as attaching and detaching the user’s fingers. Adhesion control is achieved with a temperature sensitive adhesive sheet whose temperature is locally controlled by Peltier devices arranged in a grid. In this paper, we describe the details of principle and system design of StickyTouch, and discuss the implementation of a proof-of-concept prototype with 64 Peltier devices with an adhesive size of 150×150 mm. We conduct several experiments on adhesion perception when touching and swiping on the display surface to evaluate the performance of StickyTouch. Finally, we discuss the applications for touch and swipe and our future prospects.