The EveryDay Matters Challenges were created by a great artist, Karen Winters. Thanks, Karen! I’ve tackled many of them. See some here.
Here’s the list so far:
1 – Draw a shoe
2 – Draw a desk lamp or other lamp
3 – Purses, Wallets or Bags
4 – Draw your mug or cup
5 – Draw your bed
6 – Draw your favorite well-loved object … or a childhood toy
7 – Draw a bottle, jar or tin from the kitchen
8 – Draw your watch or other piece of jewelry
9 – Draw a bit of “organized chaos” – your messy desk, your table stacked with books, etc.
10 – Draw your hand or hands (or someone elses if you like)
11 – Draw your glasses or sunglasses
12 – Draw what you ate for dinner
13 – Draw your telephone (land line, cell, old-fashioned?)
14 – Draw what you see in the morning when you get up
15 – Draw a tree or trees, leaves or branches
16 – Draw a favorite tool
17 – Draw a musical instrument
18 – Draw the view from a window of your house, apartment, office, etc.
19 – Draw something you’ve made
20 – Draw something “Dad” – in honor of Fathers Day
21 – Draw something old, antique or vintage
22 – Draw a piece of clothing
23 – Draw your foot
24 – Draw a piece of fruit
25 – Draw a glass (the kind you drink from)
26 – Draw anything you like. If you want to draw a vegetable, that’s fine, too.
27 – Draw a book or anything else you want.
28 – Draw an appliance or anything else you like.
29 – Draw something architectural or anything else.
30 – Draw a chair or anything else you feel like.
31 – Draw something you collect
32 – Draw something metallic
33- Draw an eye
34 – Draw a fall leaf
35 – Draw a bicycle or a part of one
36 – Draw out in public
37 – Draw some keys
38 – month long challenge until end of November 2005 – draw at a museum
38 – Draw something related to Halloween, All Souls Day, Dia de los Muertos, All Saints, etc.
39 – Draw your toothbrush
40 – Draw something with folds
41 – Draw a landmark of your city
42 – Draw something you are thankful for
43 – Draw something china or ceramic
44 – Draw an animal – a pet, a zoo animal, a stuffed one …
45 – Draw your medicine cabinet (the inside of it)
46 – Draw something holiday themed (Hanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, winter solstice)
47 – Draw a challenge from the past year 1-46 that you didn’t try before
48 – Draw something that represents your new year’s goal or resolution
49 – Draw your refrigerator interior (and contents) or exterior (and what’s on the door)
50 – Draw your home’s entryway and journal your thoughts and feelings about “homecoming.”
51 – Draw your TV and favorite show playing. Journal about why you like that show etc.
52 – Draw a dog (yours or a friends or anyone’s) and journal about your dog relationships.
53 – Draw a mouth and journal about speaking out or holding one’s tongue …
54 – Draw someone or something you love – and journal about it.
55 – Draw a doorknob, plain or fancy
56 – Draw a self portrait
57 – Draw a picture frame and the picture in it. Write about why it’s special to you.
58 – Draw a hat, cap or other headgear. is it sentimental? Write about it.
59 – Draw a sign or spring (or fall if you live in the southern hemisphere.)
60 – Draw an automobile or a part of one
62 – Draw a previous challenge in a different medium than you usually use.
63 – Go on a nature walk, pick up items, draw what you find
61 – Draw a grouping of 2 or more of similar objects
64 – Draw your sink – at home, work or wherever
65 – Draw your nose, a friend’s or a strangers. Or a pet’s.
66 – Draw a fire hydrant and make a journal entry about fire fighters
67 – Draw something Mom – your mother, something that reminds you of motherhood. Journal, too.
68 – Draw your computer
69 – Draw a beverage and write a little about it.
70 – Draw what you’re afraid of. Write about it, if you dare.
71 – Draw something representing your favorite sport.
72 – Draw somewhere new. Go somewhere new to you and draw what you find. Write about it, too.
73 – Draw a mailbox and write about the most important piece of real world mail you’ve ever received(not email – snail mail.)
74 – Draw some clouds and write about them
75 – Draw the ingredients and/or process of a favorite recipe – and journal about it.
76 – Draw some flowers (or colorful showy foliage if you’re in the S. hemisphere and don’t find flowers in bloom.)
77 – Draw something cold or cool. Chill, people.
78 – Draw a souvenir of a place you’ve been. journal a bit about your memories of the place.
79 – Draw an ear, or two or three or more
80 – Draw something that makes you happy, and write about it, too.
81 – Draw a streetlight
82 – Draw your artspace – drawing board, desk, studio, table – draw where you create.
83 – Draw a nearby body of water – ocean, lake, pond, river
84 – Draw some bread and write about it if you like.
85 – Draw a store in your neighborhood.
86 – Draw a traffic sign (stop, yield, crossing, directional, arrows, etc.)
87 – Draw your lunch and journal about it.
88 – Draw something breezy – something that blows in the wind – a flag, leaves, your choice…
89 – Draw a button or buttons
90 – Draw something with wings
91 – Draw an apple
92 – Draw a brown paper bag
93 – Draw an egg carton, with or without eggs in it.
94 – Draw a spoon and journal a little about it
95 – Draw a holiday card
96 – Draw something sweet
97 – Draw a present you have received. Why is it special?
98 – Free choice. Draw anything you like. We’re all busy before the holidays.
99 – Draw something that represents a new years resolution of yours
100 – Draw or paint a landscape
101 – Draw a bar of soap
102 – Draw a power plug
103 – Draw some exercise equipment – what you use to stay fit.
104 – Draw some salt and pepper shakers
105 – Draw some scissors
106 – Draw something tart or sour
107 – Draw how you get your news – at a newsstand, vending box or on your porch
108 – Draw a light bulb
109 – Draw a clock you have around your house
110 – Draw something with a flame or flames
111 – Draw a bowl
112 – Draw something fresh
113 – Draw or paint a fence
114 – Draw something ugly you love and keep for sentimental reasons. Journal about it, too.
115 – Draw a shopping cart or basket
116 – Draw something green
117 – Draw something round
118 – Draw some hair
119 – Draw some rocks
120 – Draw a flashlight
121 – Draw a coin or some coins and journal about memories about coins from your childhood.
122 – Draw something where shade is a prominent part of the subject
123 – Draw a bell
124 – Draw something yellow
125 – Draw a bird
126 – Draw a sponge
127 – Draw a skyscape
128 – Draw a view through a doorway from one interior room to another.
129 – Draw people doing something.
130 – Draw some school supplies.
131 – Draw a spray bottle
132 – Draw a chain
133 – Draw a peach
134 – Draw a familiar person place or thing, but from an unusual angle
135 – Draw a salad
136 – Draw or paint something that’s alive – a living thing – animal or plant
137 – Draw something you can turn on or off
138 – Draw something soft
139 – Draw something with a handle
140 – Draw an envelope
141 – Draw something with bristles
142 – Draw something hot
143 – Draw an herb or spice
144 – Draw something square
145 – Draw (or paint) a tree in autumn
146 – Draw a favorite food
147 – Draw or paint something made of wood
148 – Draw or paint something soothing
149 – Draw a broom
150 – Draw a candle
151 – Free choice
152 – Draw a nut
153 – Draw something in a plastic wrapper
154 – Draw or paint a lemon
155 – Draw something with a step or steps
156 – Draw a sandwich
157 – Draw a towel
158 – Draw a kernel of popped popcorn
159 – Draw a favorite cooking tool
160 – Draw a trophy or award
161 – Draw something you think smells wonderful
162 – Draw your breakfast
163 – Draw a deck of cards
164 – Draw a camera
165 – Draw the front of your house, apartment bldg, condo, dorm etc.
166 – Draw a fish
167 – Draw something that needs fixing
168 – Draw your daily newspaper
169 – Draw a piece of cake
170 – Draw a zipper
171 – Draw some ice cream
172 – Draw something that sparkles
173 – Draw something from memory
174 – Draw a bridge
175 – Draw a basket and what it holds
176- Draw something summer
177 – Draw a flag
178 – Draw something red
179 – Draw an onion
180 – Draw something in your favorite color
181 – Draw a trash or garbage can
182 – Draw a truck.
183 – Draw something dangerous
184 – Draw a park bench or other outside bench
185 – Draw a cat
186 – Draw something you’ve always wanted
187 – Draw a fan
188 – Draw a peanut in the shell or out
189 – Draw a shaver or razor
190 – Draw your palette or selection of colors
191 – Draw some paper money
192 – Draw something that floats
193 – Draw a closeup part of something
194 – Draw a baked potato
195 – Draw a fork
196 – Draw a rope
197 – Draw a remote control
198 – Draw some noodles
199 Draw a toe
200 – Draw something lucky
201 – Draw a stapler
202 – Draw a cookie
203 – Draw a glass of juice
204 – Draw something frosty
205 – Draw a soda can
206 – Draw something familiar to you that you know is called something else in another region. (Example: soda is also called pop)
207 – Draw something that has a shell, or draw a seashell
208 – Something out of place
209 – Draw a shadow
210 – Draw some underwear
211 – Draw or paint an everyday object “in the style of” an old master or notable painter you admire.
212 – Draw something with a mirror image
213 – Draw a microwave oven
214 – Draw something representing a favorite hobby
215 – Draw your thumb
216 – Draw your inner critic
217 – Draw an umbrella
218 – Draw a knife
219 – Draw a window
220 – Draw the moon
221 – Draw a hand held game
222 – Draw your favorite drawing tool
223 – Draw your favorite sound
224 – Draw a jug or pitcher
225 – Draw something sticky
226 – Draw a screw
227 – Draw a tote bag
228 – Draw something that makes you laugh
229 – Draw a summer joy
230 – Draw a map
231 – Draw your junk drawer
232 – Draw the last thing you bought
233 – Draw your favorite drink
234 – Draw something that belongs to someone else
235 – Draw a butterfly
236 – Draw the palm of your left hand
237 – Draw what’s under your bed or the view from under your bed
238 – Draw something from a first aid kit
239 – Draw something that has scared you
240 – Draw a pencil, your favorite if you like
241 – Draw what you see from your kitchen window
242 – Draw a figurine or tzatchke you have
243 – Draw a pillow
244 – Draw the oldest thing in your refrigerator
245 – Draw something October
246 – Draw some gloves
247 – Draw something creepy
248 – Draw a lock
249 – Draw a coffeepot
250 – Draw something you got for free
251 – Draw perfume or a scented product
252 – Draw a pine or fir tree
253 – Draw your socks
254 – Draw something that represents joy
255 – Draw a person near you on a train, bus or plane
256 – Draw something bubbly
257 – Draw a house plant
258 – Draw the inside of your closet
259 – Draw something from a pet’s point of view
260 – Draw a filled suitcase
261 – Draw a Winter Olympic event
262 – Draw your shower or tub
263 – Draw your favorite cleaning supply
264 – Draw your floor
265 – Draw your neighbor
266 – Draw something or someone you cherish
267 – Draw something flexible
268 – Draw something you need
269 – Draw something annoying
270 – Draw something you’d like to preserve
271- Free choice
272- Illustrate a line from a song.
273 – Draw a collection of tools
274 Draw the cover of your favorite book
275 Draw a tube of toothpaste
276 – Draw your grocery store
277 – Something that should have been invented by now
278 – Something that starts with the first letter of your name
279 – Something that starts with the last letter of your name.
280 – Something you don’t see every day
281 – Draw what keeps you warm or cool
282 – Something you’ve been putting off doing, or don’t want to do
283 – Draw something shiny
284 – Draw your downtown
285 – Draw something that loves the sun
286 – Draw a shirt
287 – Draw something colorful
288 – Draw something with spots
289 – Draw an appliance you bought or received but don’t use
290 – Draw a teapot
291 – Draw or paint an illustration for the cover of your favorite book
292 – Draw a night scene
293 – Draw something made of glass
294 – Draw something that makes you smile
295 – Draw some toast
296 – Draw something orange
297 – Draw a bottle of water
298 – Draw something strange
299 – Draw a table
300 – Draw something bright
301 – Draw something cute
302 – Draw something in motion
303 – Draw something frozen
304 – Something you can tie
305 – Draw something huge
306 – Draw a snack
307 – Draw something raw
308 – Draw something slippery
309 – Draw something with more than 2 legs
310 Draw your junk drawer
311 Draw something that you need two of to make a set
312 Draw something very light
313 – Draw something you look up at from below
314 Draw something that has a knob
315 – Draw something under water
316 -Draw a travel memory
317 – Draw your hair in the morning
318 – Draw something with numbers
319 – Draw the condiments on a diner or casual restaurant table
320 – Draw something you’ll give away
321 – Draw something forbidden
322 – Draw something related to what you do
323 – Draw something sad
324 – Draw a garden tool
325 – Draw something blue –
326 – Draw something you can keep in your pocket
327 – Draw something super
328 – Draw something that has buttons
98 thoughts on “EDM Challenges”
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What does EDM stand for? Just curious.
It’s named after one of my books EveryDay Matters.
Oh DUH. I have that book – but I haven’t finished reading it because certain people in my house keep stealing it!
Well it is awfully long! 😉
EDM stands for Every Day Matters…the name of Danny’s book.
[…] Everyday Matters drawing challenges came about from the book “Everyday Matters” and the artist, Danny Gregory. He has a blog and has a very active group on Facebook. If you are interested, you can find the list of challenges here. […]
[…] “do it” fully and daily, but what I think I might start is working through some of the Everyday Matters prompts. I was inspired recently by seeing Danny Gregory start on the list (again). And then Tammy at Daisy […]
[…] Tammy of Daisy Yellow wrote a blogpost about ‘EDM’ (which stands for ‘Every day Matters’.) I’ll try to make this short: EDM challenges is all about drawing something every day. You can find the info on Danny Gregory’s blog and he published a list of subjects to draw here. […]
No excuse for nothing to draw now!
[…] started and I really think that I want to start doing this as well. I think I’ll follow Dannys list but may switch to some from Karen’s list as […]
I need to share this, as my daughter is always asking me what to draw… this list will help, both of us.
Almost a drawing a day! Wonderful list! Thank you for posting it.
The list of challenges has stalled for a while. I wonder if Karen’s on holiday or something.
Have you done all of the ones on the list already, Sam?
Haha! Err…. not yet.
My little art group use the challenges as something to do when we meet. Maybe we should start from the beginning.
[…] this is the first of Danny Gregory’s Everyday Matters challenge: Draw a shoe. I’ve decided to start from No.1 because I have a thing on starting from the […]
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I recently joined the EDM Facebook page and am ready to start sketching my way down the list. I am excited, this is going to be fun!
Have a good time!
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[…] I started to draw the ‘EDM-drawing-challenges‘ in July? I started enthusiastic and made 4 drawings that first week, but then I stopped. […]
This looks like a worthy project. Just wondering why the list stopped at 328. If it had gone to 365 there would have been one each day. Maybe it was explained and I missed it. At one a week, it would take more than 6 years and I’m already 77.
It’s an ongoing list. Karen Winters who authors it may be taking a break or waiting for the rest of us to catch up. Let me know when you are done in six years and ill make sure you have additional suggestions. Now get to work! Time is short!
[…] I’ve not had a chance to make a start on the EDM challenges yet, but I did get my arse in gear this morning and go out for a little wander specifically to […]
[…] here, and I do have a sketch, and more to the point it’s from the EDM challenge list! Ok, it’s not the best sketch in the world, BUT that is sort of the point of this exercise […]
[…] Danny Gregory, the master of drawing things from everyday life, has a list of “Everyday Matters Challenges” on his blog, ranging from drawing your bed (#5) to drawing something forbidden (#321). I […]
I stumble upon your blog looking for inspirations and wow your journals are superb! and the EDM challenge is something I could start my day with. I used to sketch back in the days when life was not all too busy but really missed it much now and would want to go back to it. This is really helpful. Thanks!
[…] going to be taking on this challenge I’ve decided. You can find the list HERE and do it with […]
This list is exactly what I need! Something to keep me motivated and using my artistic skills. Reading your comments above, it will probably take me 6 years to get through the list… 🙂
[…] some of the skills will carry over into my other projects. I have been using a variety of sources (EDM, Sketch videos for Matthew39arch’s class, You Can Draw in 30 Days, Mark Kistlers videos, Basic […]
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[…] in this post are more of my sketches from the Every Day Matters Challenge that I previously wrote about in my post, “Every Day […]
[…] one may not be perfect, but it was fun to do. I got this challenge off EDM, but I don’t actually own a desk lamp. So, being the google lover I am, I plugged […]
[…] Today is the first day of the new year. Happy New Year! On his blog, Danny has posted the Every Day Matters challenge, which is to do a drawing each day for the whole year, based on a list prepared by artist Karen Winters. So far there are 328 drawing ideas posted on the blog. Here is the link to the blog and the list: https://dannygregory.wordpress.com/edm-challenges/ […]
[…] Day Matters Challenge that I made for my students today. Thank you once again to Danny Gregory (https://dannygregory.wordpress.com/edm-challenges/) for this fabulous idea and to Karen Winters for coming up with the drawing […]
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This drawing challenge is great. It’s so easy to get caught up in drawing something with a destination: a gallery, a gift, a website. To draw for the sheer pleasure is like running around in the rain as a kid, or singing loudly to your favourite chart song…joyful and expressing freedom.
Great idea! I’m joining in and, like Sharon B from Aus has done, I’m putting the list on my art blog (which is very much neglected in favour of the textiles one) so I can cross each item off as I draw and blog it!=) Thanks for the inspiration help and let’s hope I manage to do some of them….
Well, I still haven’t – several months later, but we live in hopes.=)
[…] EDM, “Every Day Matters,” a concept thought up by Karen Winters. Here is a helpful list. (this is most likely going to […]
[…] The other book we are using is Everyday Matters by Danny Gregory. It is Danny’s journal and drawings that tell about his life and his path to becoming more artistic and creative. He draws the everyday things around him and realizes that everyday matters because of the little things and powerful people in our lives. There are forums of people who have taken these philosophies and ran with them. There are lists of everyday things to draw. This is what we do in the afternoons- we draw from the list. Sometimes I choose, other days it’s the students’ choice. They draw using the power of observation. (https://dannygregory.wordpress.com/community/edm-challenges/) […]
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I am retired and am just learning how to draw. This website was brought to my attention by two ladies I know who are awesome artists. Thought I would print out on cardstock and cut into pieces, then drop into a jar. Everyday I’ll pick one (surprise!) and make that my “Art Challenge” for the day.
[…] May 23, 2014Vallabhi Shegaonkar I am posting to Illustration Friday Weekly Challenge after a very long time. This week’s topic is “Universe”. When I was scratching my head for an idea, I was actually staring at the fish bowl at my home and a thought ran in my head that this bowl is the entire universe for these fishes (There are 4 fishes in my fish bowl). Rather than sketching too many fishes, I went ahead with just one. I have used color pencils and some glitter pens. So here is my submission for the topic “Universe”. This is also for the EDM challenge 166 (Draw a fish). Complete EDM Challenge list is here. […]
Shared over on my blog: http://californiachrissey.tumblr.com/post/96311100091/edm-challenges/ !
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Getting back to the 328 Challenges – I have completed 39 and the last entry was done 6/30/13
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Hi everyone –
I’m not sure if this comment will just be burried in the sea of other people checkin in, but I’d like to make a list of blogs with daily drawings. I’ve started it in http://onedrawingdaily.com/links/ – So if you’re drawing every day, could you jump over to that site and throw your link in the comment section?
Is it ok to do,these challenges and post them on EDM on Facebook?
[…] I’m working my way up to number 328… good thing there’s not a deadline! See the entire list here at Danny Gregory’s site. […]
[…] Every Day Matters. Along with it’s corollary, Every Day in May, is it the only art challenge I’ve ever stuck with. I admit to being a softie for this challenge, back in 2012, sketching items on this list helped me cement a daily art practice. Although I no longer need a prompt to inspire daily drawing, I still enjoy capturing my every day life by working through the list in my journal. […]
[…] a book by Danny Gregory called Everyday Matters. I have not read the book, but I stumbled upon the challenge list created by Karen Winters on Danny’s site. The list consists of 328 things to draw that are, […]
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I shared this post on my site, I am doing a 30 day challenge to keep myself drawing daily in between painting. If you want to see the process I welcome you to view my post at shannon-clayton.com. I love your approach to this challenge. Very inspiring. Your typography is outstanding! Thank you for sharing.
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[…] EDM#6 – Draw your favorite well-loved object … or a childhood toy. List of EDM Challenges (new window) […]
[…] List of EDM Challenges (New Window) I decided to draw a jar of peanut butter that was in the new supplies we got from the grocery store. […]
[…] The list begins with prompts from the inspirational Every Day Matters blog of Danny Gregory: (https://dannygregorysblog.com/community/edm-challenges ) to which I added my own prompts to round it out to a full […]
[…] If you are getting involved, I’d love to pop over to your blog and see what you are up to so let me know in the comments. Likewise if you have any ideas for possible drawings let me know and I’ll give them a go, unless they are absolutely obscene. Just a tip, if you get stuck on what to draw, try this list of challenges from Everyday Matters: https://dannygregorysblog.com/community/edm-challenges/ […]
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[…] When I feel uninspired and have stopped creating for a few days I rely on a few trusted methods for breaking out of my slump. I often try out new tools or pre-paint some journal pages, but the most reliable slump-buster is to draw a prompt from Danny Gregory’s EDM list. […]
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[…] I already had a subject picked out thanks to the good work of Danny Gregory and his list of Everyday Matters. Challenge #1 is to draw a […]
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[…] I found that daily challenges were a great way to get myself sketching – such as the EDM Challenges. But in more recent times I have found them a little too arbitrary, having a preference for […]
[…] I did indeed miss the post. but I’ll be joining this challenge. One of my goals for the new year has been to sketch more. And to enter into a daily sketch challenge. I guess it’s being handed to me. I’ve since joined the facebook group and will be taking part in this daily sketch challenge that I found on Liz’s blog. Challenge link. […]
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Hey Danny! So glad I could still find this list! 🙂
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