This series of self-published ISBN Bookworks is a gradual and extensive accumulation and sequencing of homogeneous photographic imagery. The latest three titles in a continuing interdependent series are available at cost. These books consist entirely of halftone photographs (no text), printed full-page-bleed on newsprint; web-offset and perfect-bound. Landscape-format 9×12 inches and 128–1024 pages. Each book is entitled only with its ISBN (International Standard Book Number) number on colored cover stock. (Beautiful hyperbolic ornaments!!) These books are distributed and exhibited world-wide. **ISBN 0-9690745-1-4** Epigraph: Eyes half-closed. Nothing as strong as solace. Do the themes still connect? A Venus day is longer than a Venus year, the National Geographic Society says. A selection was assembled from more than 2000 photographs taken over an eight month period the year before last. Erect walking became necessary when female pre-hominids lost their estrus cycle. The street runs below the window which is above the cinema. Everything in place. Nothing is ever forgotten, only displaced. The planet spins on its axis once every 243 Earth days and orbits the Sun every 224.7 Earth days. Pyramids have always been. What you once thought still holds. The man who invented the first lighthouse perished in his own primitive model. ‘It was a totally whimsical point. It’s inarguable of course. The evidence is all around. The facts are there.’ — This sequence of printed books began in the early eighties amidst an egalitarian spirit of numerous self-published artists/authors who understood this activity to be a preferred alternative to the sordid shenanigans of the Art World. Today, many of the distribution centers for artists` multiples no longer exist but a similar driving spirit can be found online. My series of ISBN Books continues via the Net as The 12hr-ISBN-JPEG Project.