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Lindon Leader

Lindon Leader (? ā€“ Present)

Lindon Leader is a highly regarded American graphic designer. A recipient of more than 30 prestigious design awards worldwide, he studied at Stanford University and Art Center College of Design. Leader’s designs have been featured in various international publications. His work has also appeared in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institution. He is also a well-established lecturer on corporate identity and brand management. The FedEx logo created by him is often credited as one of the greatest and most popular logos ever designed.

Leader has worked for some of the leading branding firms in the world, including Landor Associates, Addison, and Bass/Yager & Associates. In his illustrious career, Leader has supervised corporate identity programs for CIGNA, Dun & Bradstreet, Technicolor, Ryder Systems, DoubleTree Hotels, Banco Bradesco, Hawaiian Airlines, Intelsat and Progress Energy. He also served as Design Coordinator for the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee. He currently runs his own firm Leader Creative.

Lindon Leader Elsewhere:

Leader Creative
The Man Behind the FedEx Logo


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