Biblioctopus
Contact the Seller Alexandre Hime
Mark Hime
2132 Century Park Lane
Century City, CA 90067
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Associates Jennefer T. Hime

Recent Catalogs

Biblioctopus Catalog 57 Sustained Ambitions or, The Eccentricities of Endurance.

Books and manuscripts, allied with a multiplicity of related items, 165 to 2014, all connected by subject, form, appearance, manufacturing mode, or creative process, all described with a presumption of familiarity, and in our unruly, bawdy, and quixotic style, many with rants and assaults from the scrolls of book collecting (Book Code), and some others enhanced by, or if you prefer, diminished by those hopefully tolerated detours and digressions, captured under the banner we fly as, The Tao of the Octopus. The seventh catalog in an unfinished series of undetermined length, reinforcing the bookseller’s avant–garde, and heralding the winds of change, through our once concealed, but now revealed aim to craft book catalogs as folk art, without abandoning the self–actualizing forms, protocols, disciplines, and traditions we embrace as the internally guiding, and externally comforting, virtues of the past.

Recent Catalogs

Biblioctopus Catalog 53 Catalog 53
Pricey Ice Cream or, The Inefficiencies of Silence

Books and manuscripts, 1250 B. C.–2014 escorting an assortment of affably related items, here systematically gathered as an ongoing confirmation of the range and the array we assume is both expected and accepted. All described in the idiosyncratic style to which we have now become enslaved, most amplified by the historical, bibliographical, cultural, personal, uniting, artistic, or esoteric, some with new maxims or sharp rants from the scrolls of book collecting (Book Code), and interspersed throughout are those drolly allied reroutings aerated as, The Tao of the Octopus.

The third catalog in a new series of undetermined length, reinforcing the bookseller’s avant–garde, and heralding the winds of change, through our once concealed, but now revealed, aim to craft book catalogs as folk art, while sustaining the traditional form, as proof that we have not abandoned, and in fact reclaim, the still familiar, functional, and pragmatic rituals of the past.