I was happy to be asked to illustrate the cover for The Georgia Straight’s Best of Vancouver issue for the second year in a row! Of course our subject was the pandemic, but I was asked to create something that felt inspiring. I thought this was a suitably defiant pose. BTW – Wuxtry is holding… Continue reading →
This year’s edition of the BC Library Association’s Summer Reading Club’s website is now live. This year’s featured illustrator is Bambi Edlund, a wonderful illustrator and animator. Take a look at the website. I also created a short animation featuring Bambi’s illustrations. Take a look at it below. I’m excited to say I also… Continue reading →
I recently worked with Opacity Design Group to help update the mascot used by the local charity organization Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives. Take a look a the Opacity Design’s detailed description of the project.
I recently illustrated the cover of The Georgia Straight’s Best Movies of 2019 issue. The usual deadline (2 days) made this only partly complete. Still I like being able to do Yoda.
I was asked to illustrate this year’s Georgia Straight cover illustration for their annual Best of Vancouver issue with an interior illustration.
This animation was created for the Canadian themed website, wowcanada.ca (still in development!). It’s also a birthday present for my son Kai, on his 13th birthday.
I recently illustrated the cover of the Georgia Straight Magazine for an article about the effects of online Christmas shopping on bricks and mortar shops. Click to enlarge.
Through the spring of this year I had the pleasure of bringing Jeff Solway’s wonderful illustrations to life for the 2018 Summer Reading Club website. This marks the fourth year I’ve worked with Cynthia Ford and the great people at the BC Library Association in creating the annual website. Our goal for the site was… Continue reading →
I was recently asked to create a comic that McDonald’s coffee drinkers could read as they sipped their daily brew. I created a story inspired by my own experience as a first time father. Letting Mom sleep meant many early morning walks. If baby slept too that was even better. But you just had to avoid the honking horns and constructions sites… Continue reading →
Rain in Spain was asked by the BC Library Association to create the 2016 Summer Reading Club’s support website. Featuring the illustrations of Lee Edward Födi, this years artwork invites the SRC members to “Book A Trip” to a variety of locations along with a crew of characters right out of a storybook. Each page… Continue reading →