I obtained my Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Transportation Design from Detroit's famous College for Creative Studies in 2012. After working with car designers as a Creative Digital Sculptor at the iconic General Motors Design Center for four years (think clay modeler, but on the computer), I left to continue my education at Northern Arizona University. I am currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Sustainable Communities, which deals with improving the economic, social and environmental health of communities.

My Vehicles:
As someone in car design and illustration, I am often asked what I drive. My pride and joy is a 1965 Ford F-100 with a 352 V8 and three on the tree, which has been in the family for over 15 years. In addition I recently acquired a 1973 Saab Sonett III project, which I have big plans for.
But my daily transport is by bicycle. My highly modified 2015 Framed Mini-Sota fatbike is excellent for off-roading and towing, while the modified Miyata 5-speed serves around town. Other bikes in my stable include an Alfine 8-speed equipped Trek hardtail mountain bike and a patina'd '63 Schwinn American coaster brake.

Tyler Linner

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