Joined today by author and legendary graphic designer, Todd Radom. Todd and I talk about growing up in NYC, what has changed the most and what food he craves now that he’s in Upstate NY. Todd talks about his obsession with logos and uniforms at a young age, and what draws him to the color schemes and intricate details. We talk about the Red Sox New Patriots day uniform, the ever changing NBA city edition jerseys and if the players actually care what their uniform looks like. We discuss his incredible new book “Fabric of the Game: The Stories Behind the NHL’s Names, Logos, and Uniforms”, what made him want to write a book like this, the difficulties of writing this book with a partner and the challenges of limiting each franchise to 4-5 pages. We touch on some legendary teams such as the Maple Leafs, Red Wings and Rangers to some obscure teams like the Quakers and the California Seals. Todd then talks about what made him famous, and that's designing some of the most recognizable logos in the world of sports. We hear about how he designed a Super Bowl logo, the pride of creating the Brooklyn Cyclones logo and some of his other projects. Todd and I talk about the disappearing usage of ticket stubs, which sporting event he wished he could have witnessed live, and his unique brick memorabilia collection. All this and more with the Logo King Todd Radom. Follow Todd and check out his site here:Todd's site: https://www.toddradom.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ToddRadom/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/toddradom/
Episode 20 - Fabric of the Game feat. Chris Creamer and Todd Radom
Hockey Jersey Addicts
We're chatting about the Fabric of the Game with sports history buffs Chris Creamer and Todd Radom. Chris is a fourth generation artist whose work includes designing logos for the MLB and publishing numerous books on sports logos. Chris runs a website dedicated to the vocation, and his attention to detail and history has landed him gigs with the NHL as a consultant during their centennial season. You think combining forces and writing a book on the history of hockey via the teams and their jerseys would be a success? We learn how the book came about, how you can pick up a copy if you missed out originally, and pick their brain on the current state of the NHL's jerseys and logos. Which team's logo would Todd like to redesign? Why are hockey jerseys the best sports jerseys? Tune in to find out!
Lewisville Sluggers Podcast host Zach Wood interviews Todd Radom (@ToddRadom on Twitter) a baseball Graphic Designer and author of Winning Ugly A Visual History of Baseball's Most Unique Uniforms. Todd has been designing for over 30 years in the baseball world. He designed the Los Angeles Angels logo in 2002 and the Houston Astros logo in 2012. Follow us on Instagram @LewisvilleSluggers and on Twitter @LTownSluggers. If you enjoy the show, leave us a review, it helps us create more content. Thank you for listening.
Love, Creativity, and Living Your Truth with Todd Radom
Sports Creatives Podcast
My guest today is Todd Radom. It's an understatement to say he’s a truly amazing sports designer. Todd is an early creative who bet on himself by going out on his own as free lance sports designer. Along the way Todd has created some of the most icon work with sports brands over the last 25 years such as, NBA, MLB, and league branding of Ice Cube’s Big 3 league, and most notably the Super Bowl 38 logo. Todd is an OG. He’s an entrepreneur, speaker, branding expert, marketing consultant, podcaster, an author of winning ugly and co-authored Fabric Of The Game: The Stories Behind The NHL’s Names, Logos, and Uniforms.
Creating the Visual Identity of the BIG3 3-on-3 basketball league with Todd Radom
High Tea Hoops
On this episode of Tea Time, Brian Bosche chats with Todd Radom about creating the visual identity for every team in the BIG3. Todd Radom is a graphic designer who is responsible for many of the logos used in American sports, including the Washington Nationals, Los Angeles Angels, the Super Bowl, and the Basketball Hall of Fame. Brian chats with Todd about how he created the team logos and brands for each team in the BIG3 in collaboration with Ice Cube. Follow Todd Radom on Twitter and Instagram.
"In the Clubhouse with the Nats Report" with Todd Radom, Graphic Designer
In the Clubhouse with the Nats Report
In this episode of "In the Clubhouse with the Nats Report," Richard sits down with Todd Radom, a graphic designer who has designed many sports logos and the Washington Nationals logo.Don't forget to subscribe to the Nats Report Morning Briefing and follow us on Twitter for the latest Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball headlines. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Instigator Podcast - Fabric of the Game with Chris Creamer and Todd Radom
The Instigator Podcast
Chris Creamer and Todd Radom join the show to discuss their new book Fabric of the Game. We discuss some of the excellent stories in the encyclopedic book about the NHL's uniform and logo history. They also share some great stories from their careers, their personally favorite uniforms and logos and even some thoughts on the NHL's Reverse Retro uniforms.
The Toddfather, Todd Radom, joins the boys to talk about the recent loss of several baseball Hall of Famers and the uniforms they were least known for wearing, Lou Brock’s unique headwear, that time he saw the entire Boston Red Sox team hop into the stands at Yankee Stadium, whether or not Major League Baseball should bring back 1999’s Turn Ahead the Clock jerseys and, of course, his new book…Fabric of the Game.
185: NHL Hockey by Design - With Chris Creamer & Todd Radom
Good Seats Still Available
Logo archivist Chris Creamer (SportsLogos.net) and graphic brand designer Todd Radom (Todd Radom Design) join this week's show to dive into the rich and fascinating visual story of the National Hockey League's nearly 103-year history - as told by the names, logos and uniforms of its teams. Their new book collaboration Fabric of the Game: The Stories Behind the NHL's Names, Logos and Uniforms is a comprehensive look into the rationale behind and the execution of the iconography of each of the league's major historical franchise lineages - from the respective journeys of today's 32 teams to the forgotten former clubs of yore. Of course, we go long and hard into the visual foibles of the latter - who can forget the Cleveland Barons, Kansas City Scouts, Colorado Rockies, California/Oakland/Bay Area/California Golden Seals, the Atlanta Thrashers, or even the New York/Brooklyn Americans? But there are plenty of revealing tidbits and surprising twists for fans of today's NHL franchises - including directionless Stars, wayward Flames, cartoonish Ducks - and a hot debate on just where team histories should go when they pull up stakes for greener pastures.
This Week In APBA Episode #86 with special guest, Todd Radom.
This Week In APBA Anchor preview
Had a great discussion with graphic designer and mega-sports fan, Todd Radom. We talked about his extensive work in designing team and event logos over the years as well as the two books he has authored. You don’t want to miss this interview!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-asalon/message