Tom Cheney grew up in New York State. He drew his first cartoon at the age of three on the surface of his mother’s favorite coffee table.
When he regained consciousness, he continued his passion for drawing throughout his childhood. In less than two years, after graduating from college with a degree in psychology, he abandoned a promising career as a gas station attendant to pursue the life of a full-time freelance cartoonist giving the world funny cartoons. In 1985 he won the Charles Schulz Award for his work in magazine cartooning, and in 1994 he became a staff cartoonist with The New Yorker Magazine.
In the past 35 years, Tom’s cartoons have appeared in over 500 U.S. and foreign magazines and newspapers, among them:National Lampoon, The Saturday Evening Post, Punch, Time Magazine, Mad Magazine, Penthouse, Hustler, The Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, and the Harvard Business Review. Originals of his work are currently on display at the Museum of Cartoon Art, The New-York Historical Society, and the UN.
Cheney has drawn funny greeting cards for Noble Works for years, such as birthday cards like the funny Brewery Greeting Card, and funny Father's Day cards like the caveman card, Forgot We Needed Eggs.
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