Bristol's urban environment is rich in culture, from historic buildings, to street art with a political message, from maritime tradition and industrial heritage, to the high-tech glass, steel and composites of the modern world and the digital age, from the familiar places where we eat, drink and shop, to the iconic and immediately recognisable landmarks that tell us we are home.
Digital art and architecture
A new range of images with a bold use of colour and dynamic perspective, with a unique blend of photorealism and digital art, capture the places where we live, work and play, the spirit of our time, the here and now. It is about how we see, interpret and reimagine the world.
All of our images are available to buy. They will connect you to the city. They come in a range of sizes from the small to the large. They make a fantastic gift and will brighten any home. Whether you are a visitor to Bristol, local, or lived here and moved away, our images will remind you of how great Bristol and its people are.
Exhibitions and sales
You can find us each month at the Tobacco Factory Sunday Market, at the Tobacco Factory. We are next there on:
21st October 2018
4th November 2018
2nd December 2018 (Christmas Market)
23rd December 2018 (Christmas Market)
We recently exhibited on the Southbank Bristol Arts Trail, at St. Francis' Church and throughout August and September 2018 we were in residence at Acappella on Wells Road in Totterdown. Over the summer you may also have seen us at The Family Art Fair, at Redland Park United Reformed Church and earlier in the year at the Redcatch Spring Fair at Redcatch Community Garden.
Our next event is Totterdown Front Room Art Trail, at Totterdown Baptist Church, 23rd-25th November 2018, where we are back for our second year.
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Much of our work can now be bought online at our
shop. Images sold online are unframed for ease of postage and therefore
offered at lower prices. To buy our iconic Bristol crane image on a range of
products such as bags, bedspreads, cushions, mugs, clocks, phone and tablet
cases, stationery and clothing, visit our
redbubble shop. Love this photographic illustration of the cranes at #Bristol docks, made by my friend Lee. If you love all things Bristol check our his website or Etsy shop: https://t.co/j4m2ZwMk0l or https://t.co/tXFdNyZYJF pic.twitter.com/X3GAe9rguu — CL Taylor (@callytaylor) January 22, 2018
Reviews and shout outs
Thanks to @mrcingloucs for the shout out and review on Instagram.
Thanks to halfwayup for the review on Etsy.
Thanks to Southbank Bristol Arts Trail for the Instagram shout out.
Thanks to Bristol based author CL Taylor for the shout out on Twitter:
Love this photographic illustration of the cranes at #Bristol docks, made by my friend Lee. If you love all things Bristol check our his website or Etsy shop: https://t.co/j4m2ZwMk0l or https://t.co/tXFdNyZYJF pic.twitter.com/X3GAe9rguu
— CL Taylor (@callytaylor) January 22, 2018