Don Bloodgood (1897 - 1989) was an American illustrator and graphic cartographer active in the middle part of the 20th century. Bloodgood was born in California but relocated to Sedona, Arizona, in 1860. Bloodgood produced a large corpus of pictorial maps between 1935 and 1968. His first known map is the illustration of San Diego drawn for the California Pacific International Exposition in 1935. Much of Bloodgood's work was produced in conjunction with Shell Oil. His work is considered stylistically similar to that of Jo Mora.