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20 Best Humor Cartoons of Tim Whyatt Cartoonist

Australian cartoonist Tim Whyatt was born in August 1967. His cartoons have been translated into Norwegian, German, and Spanish and have featured in several magazines. They are currently featured on hundreds of greeting cards all across the world, as well as Reader’s Digest magazines from Mexico, Norway, and Dallas/Fort Worth. The UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, and the US are among the countries that sell Tim’s fun cards, which are distributed by NobleWorks Cards. His cards are sold at hundreds of establishments around the US, including Walmart, Carlton Cards, Rite Aid, CVS, Spencer’s, and K-Mart.In Canada, they are sold at Wal-Mart, Spencer’s, and Carlton Card stores. In the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, Whyatt’s greeting cards are known as the “Traces of Nuts” line. If he doesn’t feel like going to the store to buy cards from him, he can order them online here at NobleWorks. There are all kinds of goodies from Whyatt available for purchase here at Tim’s CafePress store. Go to Tim’s website to see more of his work and then sign up for his free newsletter.

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Australian cartoonist Tim Whyatt was born in August 1967. His cartoons have been translated into Norwegian, German, and Spanish and have featured in several magazines. They are currently featured on hundreds of greeting cards all across the world, as well as Reader’s Digest magazines from Mexico, Norway, and Dallas/Fort Worth. The UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, and the US are among the countries that sell Tim’s fun cards, which are distributed by NobleWorks Cards. His cards are sold at hundreds of establishments around the US, including Walmart, Carlton Cards, Rite Aid, CVS, Spencer’s, and K-Mart.In Canada, they are sold at Wal-Mart, Spencer’s, and Carlton Card stores. In the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, Whyatt’s greeting cards are known as the “Traces of Nuts” line. If he doesn’t feel like going to the store to buy cards from him, he can order them online here at NobleWorks. There are all kinds of goodies from Whyatt available for purchase here at Tim’s CafePress store. Go to Tim’s website to see more of his work and then sign up for his free newsletter.

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