Todd Radom is a renowned independent graphic designer who specializes in sports designs. His impressive resume includes logos for Super Bowl XXXVIII, the 2009 NBA All-Star game, and various MLB™All-Star games throughout the years. He has also worked for individual teams, crafting team identities for the Washington Nationals™ and The Angels™. In 2018, Radom started working with Baseball Treasure™. He designed the cards and packs of their inaugural set and returned in 2019 for Baseball Treasure™ II, delivering flawless designs once again.
In his latest project, Radom worked with the Detroit Tigers™ to design the club’s 2019 season ticket package. This is his second time designing season tickets for the club. In 2018, Radom designed season tickets paying tribute to the beloved 1968 World Series™ Championship team. This year, Radom has commemorated the Tigers™ 1984 World Series championship with 81 unique tickets, one for every home game home game.
Radom is not new to ticket designs. In 2017, he was responsible the White Sox™ premium season ticket package. The White Sox™, founded in 1901, are one of the oldest teams in Major League Baseball®. Thus, Radom was charged with the daunting task of encompassing over 115 years of history and culture into 81 small pieces of art. Radom succeeded and in what he calls a “career highlight” the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown kept a book of these tickets in their specially designed package for display.
As digital tickets in the form of bar codes on mobile devices are becoming more popular and increasingly common, it is important to remember just how special physical tickets can be. Beautifully designed tickets are baseball treasures. They can encapsulate memories, bringing the game to life long after fans have left the ballpark.