Neat & Keen Art Stuffs of John Everett Morton

DeKalb, Illinois | 9 Sales

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Last updated on Apr 14, 2016

We're going back to the drawing board to work on some new designs! Favorite our shop and check back often!

John Everett Morton

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John Everett Morton


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Becoming Neat & Keen

In the early 80's I got my start in the art world by recreating Master's Of The Universe characters in crayon on the Sunday newspaper and my parents' record collection. Now I most enjoy creating pop art pieces featuring robots, squares, and sometimes mildly conceptual abstract pieces.

Shop members

  • John Everett Morton

    Owner, Creator, Shipper

    John likes to draw robots, play guitar, and making all kinds of art. He holds a Bachelor's in Fine Art from Northern Illinois University. He spent too much time in factories trying to make a living and is focusing on his art now to really feel alive.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 1, 2015
Welcome to my Etsy Shop! I work in a variety of media, but currently focused on screen printing original artwork with thick heavy ink on super cool paper.

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Apple Pay
  • Klarna
  • Sofort
  • Ideal
  • Paypal
  • GiftcardAccepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
  • Money Order
Returns and exchanges
Refunds are on an individual basis and pertains mostly to damaged or misshipped items.
I accept PayPal, Etsy Gift cards, credit cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay through Direct Checkout. Items will be shipped only after payment has been received.
My goal is to have items shipped no later than 2 business days after the order is placed, but usually sooner. If there is a delay I will let the buyer be aware post haste.
Additional policies and FAQs
The nature of hand pulled screen prints means the corners of your prints may not be perfect and there may be tiny smudges of ink on the very edges of a print. These are usually hidden by a frame, are barely noticeable, and should be considered part of the process. As there are generally multiples of each print and they are all hand pulled, color may vary slightly from one print to the next. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions.

From time to time we consider custom orders. Additionally we will consider your wholesale inquiries. At this time we do not participate in consignment sales.