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Delmer by Ty Dale

Delmer by Ty Dale

Jon Paylaga
June 18, 2015
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Delmer Rostecki has been providing the lower mainland with antique & furniture restoration, since 1975. I then created a small Branding and a Tumblr site for my fathers antique restoration service.

- Ty Dale

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About Ty Dale

From Canada, Tyler Dale is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Vancouver, British Columbia. From his chaotic workspace he creates clean illustrative designs and colourful patterns. He started creating art as a young child and moved into graphic design in 2009. Two years later he studied design at Vancouver Community College. Since then he has worked as a freelance illustrator, developing illustrative design solutions and concepts for graphic agencies, local businesses, large corporations, and for creative individuals around the globe. His work is not only pleasing to the eye, but visually Tyler manages to balance complicated colours and quirky child-like drawings into a unified illustration.

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2 comments on “Delmer by Ty Dale”

  1. Nicely done. The whole look fits perfectly with the image of an antique shop and surely gonna be bringing a lot more footfalls into the shop. The logo takes the cake here. One of the most befitting ones I have seen since a long time. Your dad must have felt really happy after seeing the final outcome. Great job, Tyler Dale.

  2. Color choice is mind-blowing. Orange Stands out from all. It's attractive and eye-catchy. But I like logo the most. It looks like an old table in 3d. Thats' a perfect logo for antiques and furniture company.

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