baseball’s best podcast: the artist behind the logo you’ll never forget | Cardinals of Saint-Louis
Todd Radom is the artist whose work you know and whose name you should name. You probably have one of his designs on a t-shirt or hat, sticker or pennant or flag or bobblehead or beer mug. You might even have it as a tattoo. As I type this I can see at least half a dozen elements in my attack – from patches to baseballs – that have one of the logos he created. Radom, author and graphic designer, is behind the Busch Stadium II final year logo, Busch Stadium III freshman logo and many more, from the Washington Nationals logo to the Colorado Rockies, at the Minnesota Twins, at the New York Mets. , and anniversary logos of other teams. He designed the patches for the final year of the old Yankee Stadium and the freshman year of the current Yankee Stadium, and the Wichita Wind Surge – yes, that’s his job too. Radom joins St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold to discuss the history of logos, the history he invests in his logos, and along the way, the two add a few trivia points. The birds on the bat are about to celebrate their 100th anniversary and their place in the logo caption is being discussed. In addition, Radom gives his final opinion on whether the Cardinals should wear blue caps on the road. Baseball’s Best Podcast, sponsored by Closets by Design, is a production of St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com and Derrick Goold.
Baseball’s Best Podcast, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of Derrick Goold, StlToday.com and St. Louis Post-Dispatch.