Sequences contains more than 60 stories told through drawings of objects. The book with satirical observations is beautifully designed and invites you to merge with a smile.
Illustrator Olivier Heiligers came up with the idea for the book when he walked through Amsterdam with his nephew in the pram and saw the different means of transport people use to move around the city, depending on their age. First they are pushed, then they push their children and at an old age, when they can no longer move themselves, they are pushed again.
This is how Heiligers’s Sequences came about: telling visual stories by placing nine drawings of objects in a sequence. By only showing the objects, he could tell all kinds of stories. From observations of daily life to socially critical stories and parodies of popular culture. It is ultimately up to the reader to combine the objects and finish the story in their own way.