"Rain: a visual narrative" is a book without words, a "book of rain", the transposition of rainy days, and how they reach our senses, to a graphic language, in its essential form. The elements from the code created with this transposition are combined, as equivalents to letters, words and phrases, and then arranged to compose a narrative.
Here, the rain is used as content, theme, what is expressed, and, also, as a guiding tool for visual composition. It's the scructure that defines each image. Rain's variables, its intensity, the structural forces acting over its elements, material or imaterial - wind, light, touch, sound, memory - are the main and direct reference to this narrative construction, through exercises of rhythm, intensity, tension, duration, balance and harmony.
The concepts, methods and processes envolved in its development are described in all details in a second book, the "written version" of the first one.