Adam Brigdland graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2006, and has since exhibited globally in the UK, Europe, Asia and America. His work playfully explores the idiosyncrasies of the British identity; tendencies and sentiments which evoke feelings of nostalgia or loss and ultimately form our collective memory. A multidisciplinary artist who experiments with printmaking and graphic art, his work examines the power of the slogan through a witty lens. He rethinks it as an ironic commentary which uncovers the eccentricities to be found in the mundane and everyday.
Adam lives and works in Cambridgeshire. His works are included in notable collections such as: The Victoria and Albert Museum, The British Museum, UBS, Boeing Asia, and the private collection of Debby Harry, among others. In 2009 he was awarded an important public art commission by Commission East and since then has worked on projects for You Tube, SmartLIFE, Jacuzzi, Heal's, Airnimal bikes and Eastern Pavilions.