I publish my illustrations, drawings and influences on social media. You can view my Pinterest account at https://www.pinterest.com/4869timr/
I have a desire to draw better each day and enjoy using watercolours, brush pens and inks because I like to create bright and colourful images. Let's work together.
Last year I participated in the E17 Art Trail which ran from 30 May-15 June. My work was exhibited at Debbie Bliss Home, 36 Orford Road, Walthamstow, E17 9NJ.
The exhibition was called, "Not Another Exhibition About Cats". This was based on a follow-up to a comment made by one or two people last year (dog lovers, I think they were) who said, "what's with all the cats?"
Shortly after the E17 Art Trail, I held another exhibition at my local cheesemonger's, Froth and Rind, 37 Orford Road, Walthamstow, E17 9NL.
This year, Froth and Rind are stocking my cards (which come with an envelope and cellophane wrap) and fridge magnets, so if you are hoping to add more colour to your fridge, or find a small present for someone, why not head along and have a look?
You can also see my fridge magnets on display on this website.
If you are a publisher or storyteller looking for illustrations, please email me via the contact page.
Previously, I have volunteered at a local after-school art club at The Mill E17, my local community centre in Walthamstow, East London. I find children's artwork very inspiring.
My comic influences are Sergio Aragones and Antonio Prohias--wonderful artists who used to draw for MAD Magazine. Their work has influenced the way I draw today.
THE WORLD OF WAYLON EXHIBITION--22 AUGUST-19 SEPTEMBER 2014.
My yellow cat cartoon exhibition, The World of Waylon ran in 2014 from 22 August-19 September at my local cafe, ByggaBo, 8 Chingford Road, Walthamstow, London, E17. It was a very successful exhibition and many visitors came along to see my work.
My girlfriend and I started hosting our very own Little Free Library on 31 May 2014.
The mission of The Little Free Library is to promote reading for children and literacy for adults.
Once you join, The Little Free Library gives you a large bird box-sized library to decorate. I am painting cartoon figures on our library.
Other artists have already painted some striking images on their libraries.
When the designs are done, The Little Free Library gives us some books for members of our community to borrow and exchange.
We host our library outside our flat on Brettenham Road, near the William Morris Gallery in Lloyd Park, Walthamstow, for anyone walking by. Do stop by and take a book. We might even stamp it for you.
I am the gag cartoonist for this year's Walthamstow monthly listings magazine, The E List.
I provided the cartoons for publican's trade journal OnTrade.co.uk 2014, 2015 and 2016 editions.
Follow my progress on Twitter (@_timreedy) for updates and new listings.
If you are looking for images to inspire you or if you are stuck for a present, why not buy my cat prints or comic strips?
A4 prints are for sale. Unframed, they are £45; framed, they are £55.
A3 prints are for sale. Unframed, they are £55; framed, they are £65.
I can undertake commissions or projects to meet your needs.