Independent Artist Teddy McDonald has established himself as an individualist attracting global icons, luxury brands and blue-chip art collectors with his minimalist, raw and loosely rendered works.
Teddy is best known for Ed Sheeran's customised Fender Stratocaster guitars played during the Multiply and Divide world tours and Sheeran's headline performance at the 2017 Glastonbury Festival.
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'THE HIGHEST ART ON EARTH'
with KENTON COOL
Teddy painted the protective headwear worn by Kenton Cool when he reached the summit of Mount Everest for a record-breaking 16th time on 15 May 2022.
Atop the climber's head at the summit of Everest, the BBC described the painted headwear as 'The Highest Art on Earth'.
The first Range Rover Autobiography art car was revealed by Teddy in London and The Cotswolds in 2017.
Drivetribe said Teddy's art car would sit well alongside the iconic BMW art cars of David Hockney and Alexander Calder and in Miami, the Range Rover was featured with the latest BMW art car in an Art Basal preview feature.
for ED SHEERAN
Teddy's 'Green T' Stratocaster features his custom motifs and was played by Ed Sheeran in over 18 countries during the Multiply world tour.
Ed also played the guitar at the US televised Good Morning America Summer Concert from Central Park, New York City.
'CRASH x TEDDY M'
for ED SHEERAN
[2015 - 2019]
Ed Sheeran commissioned this unique customised Fender Stratocaster as a collaboration between New York street art pioneer John Matos aka Crash and Teddy.
The 'Crash x Teddy M' Stratocaster featured extensively on Ed's Divide world tour and during his headline performance at The Glastonbury Festival.
acquired by Ferrari S.p.A
A painting by Teddy celebrating his lifelong love of Ferrari cars and in tribute to the iconic Italian brand founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1947.
The painting was originally acquired by Ferrari's director of design Flavio Manzoni on behalf of Ferrari S.p.A and spent many years at Ferrari's home Maranello in Modena, Italy.