Myriorama is a series of illustrated cards that tell a story whichever way you lay them out. Rerrange the cards and you get a different story.

Popular in the 19th Century, the form has been resurrected for a project by the Laurence Sterne Trust and James Cropper papers. The Trust promotes the work and former home of the 18th Century novellist – best known for 'anti-novel' The Life and Opinions of Tristam Shandy.

This Endless Journey myriorama is by Tom Gauld – weekly illustration contributor to The Guardian's Review section and author of Goliath – and contains scenes rom Tristam Shandy and A Sentimental Journey Through France And Italy.

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