Comics in Transit


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Comics in Transit 2019 is in the wild!

Since 2017, Cloudscape Comics has partnered with the city of Vancouver to present Comics in Transit: An anthology of one page comic posters placed inside of bus shelters across the city. Cloudscape’s latest installment in the series features stories about family history, written and drawn by Indigenous BC comics artists. […]


Cloudscape’s Comics in Transit Gallery Reception

Where: Laura C Muir Theatre, Douglas College 700 Royal Ave, New Westminster, BC V3M 5Z5 When: Monday, March 26 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM On March 26, join us for an exhibition of all the posters from our “Comics in Transit 2017” posters at the Douglas College Muir Theatre Foyer.  Nine Canadian […]


Comics in Transit now displayed at Cloudscape HQ

Our latest Comics in Transit told the tales of many refugees in comic form, stories of their trials and tribulations coming to Canada. The comic pages were large, as each one was put in bus shelters for the public to read. Now the comic are available at our studio. To […]


Comics in Transit contest

Our Comics in Transit comics are  currently appearing in bus shelters all over Vancouver, and we encourage you to check them out. Also, remember that we have a contest for the first people who post an image of each Comics in Transit location. So far we’ve received photos from people for […]


“Comics in Transit” featured on IVOH

An article on Comics in Transit, our big public art project, is featured on IVOH, and includes an interview with Comics in Transit creator and Cloudscape executive director Oliver McTavish-Wisden: Founded in 2015, Comics in Transit creates original, poster-sized comics for display in bus shelters and transit stops around Vancouver and […]


Cloudscape’s Comics in Transit on PBS

PBS Newshour interviews Mohammed Alsaleh, a Syrian refugee who is one of the many refugees having their story told in comic form through Cloudscape Comics’ Comics in Transit. The news segment also features Jonathon Dalton, the Cloudscape artist who is helping to tell Mr. Alsaleh’s story.  


Cloudscape still looking for refugee stories

Cloudscape is still looking for two refugee stories that could serve as comics in our upcoming Comics in Transit series. We wish to interview people who have left their home countries to seek a new life in Canada and adapt their stories into comics that will appear on various transit […]