The Louisville Graphic Design Association is hosting one of the nation’s top sports branding talents.
Independent designer Todd Radom’s work includes the official logos for Super Bowl XXXVIII and the 2009 NBA All Star Game, as well as the graphic identity for Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Angels, according to an LGDA news release.
Radom is scheduled to speak to the LGDA meeing March 29 at Interactive Media Lab, 124 N. First St., near the Humana Main Street complex.
The event will begin with a 6 p.m. reception, followed by Radom’s presentation at 7 p.m.
Among the leading designers in the professional sports industry, he has nearly two decades of work with the NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball, creating some of the most familiar icons of our popular culture, according to the release.
Radom is a fourth-generation artist, inspired by the iconography and visual culture of American sports, particularly baseball, since childhood.
In addition to sports branding work, he works on a range of projects including posters and book jacket design, apparel design and corporate identity projects.
Radom has been profiled or interviewed by The New York Times, The Washington Post, Fast Company, ESPN The Magazine, HOW Magazine and Print Magazine.
The event is free to all LGDA members, $10 for non-members and $5 for student non-members.
Attendees are asked to RSVP here.
About the Louisville Graphic Design Association: The Louisville Graphic Design Association is a non-profit organization of individuals representing all facets of design including graphic designers, web and motion designers, photographers, copy-writers, art directors and fine artists in all types of media from print to broadcast to digital. In 2011, LGDA celebrated 22 years of enhancing the quality of graphic design in its home community of Louisville, Kentucky, and educating the general public and the business community about the pervasive role that design plays in our everyday lives. Established in 1989 by a handful of designers, LGDA has grown to a membership of approximately 200.