1. Sketchbook spread.

    Ed Cheverton.

     
  2. postcard-club:

    whoisrorycahill:

    Postcard swap between me (top) and British Illustration’s golden boy Ed Cheverton. He nailed it. We are all cosmic citizens.

    Lovely swap with lovely lad Rory Cahill. Rory once gave me a nutrigrain bar when i was sad at uni.

     
  3. postcard-club:

    I was updating the members list earlier today and saw that we have now passed 100 members!!!

    I’m so glad that this network of creatives is growing strong, thanks to everyone taking part and I hope you have enjoyed it so far!

    - Ed

    Woohooo!

     
  4. Some postcards being sent out this week for Postcard Club.

    Ed Cheverton

     
  5. postcard-club:

    Swap between Ed Cheverton (top) and Tim Furey (bottom).

    Tim sent me this gorgeous mixed media collage. He makes some excellent dioramas http://timfurey.tumblr.com/

    I sent Tim a Dark Knight card.

    Great fun swapping with Mr Tim Furey

     
  6. GIF I made for TOYS.

    The TOYS Exhibition website is live! http://toys-exhibition.co.uk/

    TOYS is an interactive exhibition of all things PLAYFUL and FUN. Featuring the work of over 30 contemporary artists and illustrators creating a mixture of printed and three dimensional toys, puzzles, knick knacks, games, whirligigs, mobiles, zim zams, plushies, doodads, fandangles and much more.
    Created and curated by the childish minds of David McMillan, Jayde Perkin and Ed Cheverton.

    Questions? – toys.exhibition@gmail.com
    Follow – @TOYS_Exhibition

    All work will be for sale for the duration of the exhibition, with all money made supporting The Wallace & Gromit Grand Appeal - The Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity. The profits and donations will help support the amazing work this charity does in caring for sick children in the South West. To find out more about the our charity visit their website here.

     
  7. Earth Mother

    From The Spectral Pilot and Earth Mother space romance comic, i’m sloooowwwly working on.

    Ed Cheverton

     
  8. Illustration for the latest issue of Printed Pages from It’s Nice That.

    Available here http://www.companyofparrots.com/products/printed-pages-autumn-2014.

    The Illustration accompanies an article written by Isy Suttie about ‘Nice’.

     
  9. The Flip Flop Philosopher

    A guy for a book i’ll probably finish in 4000 years.

    Ed Cheverton

     
  10. Sketchbook pages.

    Been drawing a lot of damonic warriors and evil knights recently.

    Ed Cheverton

     
  11. WIRED Magazine’s Uk edition asked me to make some toys for the features opener of their October issue.

    Photography by WIRED.

    Ed Cheverton.

     
  12. Some postcards going out today for Postcard Club.

    As ever, my deepest apologies to the nearly 100 people still waiting for cards or have requested a swap with me!

    Ed Cheverton

     
  13. Adventure Time awkward family portrait.

    First time in a loooong while i’ve had to draw for fun.

    I don’t often draw characters that aren’t my own, so this was a really good challenge. This is for Seonagh and Aisling; Adventure Time sistas.

    Ed Cheverton.

     
  14. jazzdadbooks:

    You may have heard Jazz Dad Books will be tabling at Safari Festival https://www.facebook.com/events/255312464660716/?ref=ts&fref=ts this weekend.

    After selling out of many titles at ELCAF back in June I’ve been working hard to reprint lots of titles, including:

    Blue by Jayde Perkin

    Girls by Jamie Jones

    Slowly Dying by Disa Wallander

    Therapy by Edward Cheverton

    We’ll have lots more titles as well as a few new ones including david biskup and newton’s first law of motion by David Biskup.

    We’ll also have original art, prints and the legendary Jazz Dad Badge to give away with every purchase!

    Pop by and say hello! I’ll be on the table with team Jazz Dad:

    David Biskup, Jayde Perkin, David McMillan, Aisling Marray, Matt Pettit.

    Toot toot!

     

  15. Anonymous said: Your art looks like something a 5 year old would make and have his parents begrudgingly hang on the refrigerator.

    Oh man I wish I still had the creative freedom I did when I was 5. But my girlfriend has got a few pieces on her fridge come to think of it…