Ed, Edd n Eddy

Bonni Reid is the color designer for the show. There are three references to her in the show; a store named Bonni's Taxidermy located in Peach Creek, a brand of prunes named "Aunt Bonni's Prunes" shown in a deleted scene from "Take This Ed and Shove It," and in "Truth or Ed," a paper with the name "Ms. Bonni" seen on Bobby Blabby's (Eddy's) desk.


  • This is a quote taken from Bonni Reid's official website.
As the daughter of an eccentric mechanical engineer and a stiff-upper-lipped British nurse, Bonni Reid lives in the space where these two worlds meet. The fact that these two worlds do not actually mesh hasn't stopped her from residing there.

Exploring the underpinnings, bumps, and anomalies in all manner of historical arcana, Bonni Reid’s subject matter reflects a dark underlying mythos that belies the innocence, wonder, and imagination of a hazy past.

Whether it be eccentric adventures in science – the brilliant mistakes, the forgotten missteps, or the early icons of Progress (back when it had a capital “P”) – Reid combines these elements in a clear, graphic, almost deadpan style. With the results we are reminded of the turning points that got us here; the great and the small, the dark and the light, the sacred and the silly.

Bonni Reid lives in the West End of Vancouver, British Columbia. When not brewing her own visual concoctions, she freelances as a color designer for animation productions including six seasons of Cartoon Network’s “Ed, Edd ‘n Eddy”.

— From Bonni Reid's website biography.

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