I made a custom Funko Pop of Ed Sheeran wearing his Divide-themed Ipswich football jersey (the one he wore in Ipswich at the end of the Divide tour). The shirt and shoes were sculpted with polymer clay and the whole body was hand-painted with acrylic paint, including his tattoos, before being finished with matte lacquer. He can stand up on his own but also comes with a small clear plastic base for stabilization. He can be displayed in or out of the box, which comes with an exclusive sticker on the front panel featuring the LBOBtoys logo that appears on almost everything I’ve ever given to Ed. This is the only version of this Funko Pop that exists in the world.
Do you want it?
In honor of Ed’s 29th birthday this year, fans from many different countries have donated pieces of their fanart to be sold in a special charity auction to raise money for Zest, a hospice service for children and teens in Suffolk, where Ed grew up. Please consider buying this custom pop or any of the other cool art pieces available in the auction. There is also an ultimate fan package available that has a ton of amazing items, including autographs! Bid on the pop right [HERE] and check out the other auction items [HERE]. (Remember that if you win one of the auctions, you will also be responsible for the cost of shipping the item to your country.) This is for a really great cause, so go nuts with it.
ALSO: If you’d like to donate to this fundraiser without necessarily buying any of the fanart, feel free to contribute any amount to the justgiving page [HERE]. For every pound you donate, your name will be entered into a raffle to win a beautiful new Sheeran by Lowden guitar signed by Ed!
This is worth a fortune, so if you donate say five pounds and your name is drawn for the guitar, you’ve just gotten the actual deal of a LIFETIME. As of right now, only 85 people have donated, so your odds are great, and there’s no limit to the amount of times you can enter. And if you don’t win, you’ve still supported an amazing charity, so you’re basically winning anyway. 🙂
The auctions and the raffle for the signed guitar are live now and will run through Ed’s birthday, February 17, 2020 – that’s Monday. Get bidding!