'Somewhat mind-blowing Pop Montage'
Craig Everett paints the world he sees around him. Heavily influenced by music, comics and advertising, his work combines the freedom, inventiveness and hybridity of urban art with a nostalgia for the comforting iconography of the 70s.
However, Craig’s work is not defined by a commitment to any one school of art or thought, as he experiments with colours, mediums, subjects and contexts as each artwork dictates. Exciting, bold and accessible, his work appeals to a wide range of collectors and he is a sought-after northern artist whose work can be found in many galleries.
Craig's art is a journey through the urban environment: from the streets of his home town of Bradford to dystopic fairies and silver screen sirens. Wherever the journey takes you, watch out for the iconic logos and images that are never far away, rooting his art firmly in his own personal experience of growing up.