Exclusive Interview with Sox On 35th Graphic Designer Brandon Anderson

If you’re a follower of our account, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed some pretty awesome White Sox edits. What you can’t see is the hard work and dedication that goes into designing them. Graphic designer and longtime White Sox fan, Brandon Anderson, has partnered with Sox On 35th and we are happy to have him. His edits will definitely “wow” you. If you didn’t know better, you’d probably think they were done by an experienced professional. However, Brandon is still in high school and just getting started. The quality of his edits are often times more impressive than content created by Major League teams. In order for Sox fans to get to know Brandon a little better, I asked him a few questions.

How did you first become a White Sox fan?

I wouldn’t really consider it becoming a Sox fan. I was bred a South Sider by my wonderful mom, who basically sat me down to watch a White Sox game when I was 3 years old.

What about your edits? When did you start getting into graphic design?

I first started in about 7th grade and you can imagine how great it was.‬

Do you have any images you’ve designed that are memorable or stand out to you?

I made this one the same day the Hawks won the 2015 Stanley Cup so it’s always been special to me.

What is your future dream job?

My future dream job would be to work as a graphic designer for the Chicago White Sox, and work on scoreboard graphics and video designs.‬

Where can others find your work on social media? 

‪I have an Instagram page called @chicago.designs for more edits.‬ Fans can also follow be on Twitter @b_son4.

Despite being just 16 years old, Brandon is very talented at what he does. All of us at Sox On 35th are thrilled to have him on our team!

  1. Wow! His work is fantastic!



  2. Awesome work Brandon! Glad Sox on 35th hooked up with you!



  3. Awsome work my man I know your parents are very proud!



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