My name is Cai Burton.
I am an Illustrator and Designer based in Bristol.
But what that really means is that I draw things for a living.
Which I think is pretty cool.
Creativity is my passion and I've always loved drawing but since 2014, I've been doodling professionally.
I love creating striking work that makes use of a whole variety of patterns. I have a huge respect for the craft and hand draw everything I do because it offers me the freedom you can't get otherwise. A big part of the work I do is the process, I think a lot about mindfulness and the organic progression of the patterns in my work.
I believe that art is an inherently good thing and should be both affordable and accessible. My work is priced to reflect that and the important thing for me is that art is a part of our everyday lives.
What do I do?
Taking an idea and making it a reality can be one of the hardest things to do. It also gives you the chance to be your most creative. Illustrations are what I do best, and I work with a range of people and ideas (some of which are my own too) to create beautiful illustrations.
There is something inspiring about a massive piece of artwork. Working on a large scale needs a completely different approach to working in a sketchbook. I love the process of scaling up my work and drawing in such public places
Everyone likes things that look good - myself included. I started working as a designer because I couldn't stand powerpoint presentations that were formatted badly. Now, I work with a whole variety of people to help them make things look good.
The most direct way to engage with your audience is through social media. I've worked with a whole range of companies and organisations to help shape their online presence and build meaningful relationships with their followers.
The range of different events going on around Bristol is exciting, and I'm lucky enough to help shape that. I've been working as an events manager and programmer helping to organise a whole range of different things going on in Bristol. Making a buzz is something I can do well.
Are you interested in working with me? Get in touch with me through my contact page.
As well as being able to buy my work online, I stock a selection of shops with my illustrations and products.
I'm always looking for new places to sell, so if you're interested in stocking my work, please do get in touch through my contact page
. I sell both wholesale and sale or return.
198 North Street, Bristol, BS3 1JF
Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QY
123 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8AX
REX: Cabot Circus
26 Brigstowe St, Bristol, BS1 3BH
The Bristol Shop
Online Store selling Bristol themed products
212 Gloucester Rd, Bristol, BS7 8NU
Selection of work at Grounded Horfield -
425 Gloucester Rd, Bristol BS7 8TZ
Bristol Illustration in Cafe Revival - Cafe Revival, 56 Corn St, Bristol BS1 1JG
Affordable Art Exhibition at the Tobacco Factory - Tobacco Factory Raleigh Road, Bristol BS3 1TF
Totterdown Arts Trail 2016 - 14 Richmond St, Bristol BS3 4TQ
Redbrick Roundups - Open Day, Art Market and Exhibition - Redbrick House,
York Court, 6 Wilder St, Bristol BS2 8QH
PAPER Arts x Co-Lab x Maker's Market exhibition - PAPER Arts,
51-53 Merchant St, Broadmead, Bristol BS1 3EE
Performance and durational illustration piece for Pattern:
Found, Exchanged, Unraveled as part of the Fringe Arts Bath Festival 2016 -
Milsom Place, Bath, BA1 1BZ
Totterdown Arts Trail 2015 - 14 Richmond St, Bristol BS3 4TQ
Southside/The Office bar and kitchen - 172 Wells Rd, Bristol BS4 2AL
123 Space Christmas Exhibition -
123 Cheltenham Road, Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS6 5RR
Totterdown Arts Trail 2014 - 2 Stephens Crescent, Bristol BS3 4UL
Mercure Hotels, Watershed, Festival of Ideas, Arnolfini, Freedom of Mind C.I.C, Off The Record (Bristol), Co-LAB, PAPER Arts, Totterdown Arts Trail, Upfest, Paper Plane, Knit Today, Bristol 2015 Neighbourhood Arts Programme, Rife Magazine, Kingswood Heritage Museum, Central Design Studio, Bristol Museums