REAP WHAT YOU SOW: Adam Bridgland | Floor 1


RCA graduate and member of the fabulous Jealous print space, Adam Bridgland’s work radiates positivity. Always fresh, always witty - to own a piece by Bridgland is to own a snippet of common truth.

Purveyor of the peoples kitsch, his nostalgic back to the future irony would make old Londoners like Pepys and Hogarth smile.


Life in London in the 17th century - Samuel Pepys wrote consistently on subjects such as personal finances, the time he got up in the morning, the weather, and what he ate. He wrote at length about his new watch and his cat waking him up at one in the morning.” 


Adam is a printer and thinker, collected by all the somebodies and nobodies, he makes affordable art to brighten our way. He says what we say, a screen printing bard, a punchy wordsmith - Deceptively Simple, never slapdash, and it takes a lot of skill to make words and images sing in unison. 


Circle are showing Adam’s new painted seed packets, original postcards and limited edition prints - all so now and so desirable - memories of vintage Penguin book covers, or the embroidered flamenco dancers on old Spanish postcards. 


All artworks will be available to view from June 5th on floor 1 and online.

To register your interest please email