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 →
RISCS has just created a new game for the BC Summer Reading Club’s website. Can you find the hidden link to the game? You can also play it below. However, if you want to hear the audio you’ll have to avoid the Safari Browser. Have fun! (Answer: click on Mak-r on the left hand side of the page).… Continue reading →
Rain In Spain created this animation for Bargain Village, a consignment clothing store. For consignment clothing stores, Halloween is like Christmas. Which makes Christmas like . . . Groundhog Day?
In August of 2014 Rain In Spain Creative Studio was asked by the BC Library Association to create the artwork for their 2015 Summer Reading Club. The annual reading club is meant to encourage school age kids (especially boys) to keep reading over summer break. Given the theme of “Build It!”, RISCS helped develop a campaign… Continue reading →
In February of 2015, I was asked by the creative people at Slingshot to work in tandem with another illustrator to create a whiteboard-animation for the BC Securities Commission’s “Invest Right” campaign. Whiteboard animation is challenging because you only get one shot at getting it right. If you make a mistake you have to start over… Continue reading →
Rain In Spain was asked to illustrate the Georgia Straight’s cover article about the economics of fracking. Take a look below.
Recently Rain In Spain was asked by Day4 Energy, a solar panel manufacturer, to help with their rebranding. Branded towards the industrial market, Day4 Energy was attempting to make inroads into the growing domestic market for solar panels. RISC developed a series (24 in all) of attractive, modern and graphically sophisticated images around which it could develop it’s branding.… Continue reading →
Here is the cover of Rain In Spain Creative Studio’s latest illustrated story book for children (and others). Icky Goo will soon be available on the iBooks store.
This cover illustration for Georgia Straight Magazine accompanied an article about the risk of a tsunami to Vancouver Island if a large earthquake was to hit the west coast.