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Todd Radom

Todd Radom (1964 ā€“ Present)

Todd Radom is a famous New York-based graphic designer and illustrator who created visual identities for many popular American sports teams, including the Washington Nationals, the Anaheim Angels, the Brooklyn Cyclones, the Indiana Fever, among others. He also designed major branding and design programs for the Super Bowl, the Basketball Hall of Fame, Durham Athletic Park, and Shea Stadium.

Born and raised in Yonkers, New York, Radom is known for his unique design style that incorporates classic visual elements and distinctive typography. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 1986. He belongs to an artistic family, being the son of a graphic designer and photographer. Both his grandfather and great-grandfather were also painters.

Radom has designed numerous book covers, branding solutions and other material for non-sports clients. Some of them include Texas Department of Transportation, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Leonard Maltin’s The Great American Broadcast.

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