DalyCo.

We are just having lots of fun.

On this page you will find the people that have contributed to moving this company forward. Without their help, what you see and experience here would not be possible. I encourage you to check out their web spaces to learn more about them. They have all done a fantastic job in helping me out and I'm sure they would do the same for you. 

 
This is Logan and Danielle. I rent shop space from them. They created OGA Design Group to foster a community of like minded designer/makers.

This is Logan and Danielle. I rent shop space from them. They created OGA Design Group to foster a community of like minded designer/makers.

This is Henry...Hes local. We collaborated on creating the Identity for Daly Company. 

This is Henry...Hes local. We collaborated on creating the Identity for Daly Company. 

Meet Scott Wilkins. He is able to capture the absolute essence of my work through his photography. 

Meet Scott Wilkins. He is able to capture the absolute essence of my work through his photography. 

Andreas and Maia are fourth year Industrial Design students at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Their current research is exploring what a future of Design in Vancouver could look like. 

Andreas and Maia are fourth year Industrial Design students at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Their current research is exploring what a future of Design in Vancouver could look like. 

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This is Dan and he's an amazing freehand illustrator who has a background in Business and Marketing. We have been collaborating on a number of things since Dan moved to Vancouver, but our entrepreneurial spirit is what binds our relationship.

This is Dan and he's an amazing freehand illustrator who has a background in Business and Marketing. We have been collaborating on a number of things since Dan moved to Vancouver, but our entrepreneurial spirit is what binds our relationship.

The Emily Carr Industrial Design Alumni and current student body have come together as VIDA to take action on promoting their design education to the city of Vancouver. 

The Emily Carr Industrial Design Alumni and current student body have come together as VIDA to take action on promoting their design education to the city of Vancouver.