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Ken Dutton


Ken Dutton, Illustrator

Ken is a creative, collaborative freelance illustrator who is results, deadline, and fun oriented. He specializes in illustrations that tell a story, as seen in the illustrations, cartoons, and caricatures samples shown here (and at

Aside from a stint in newspaper illustration and design, Ken has spent a good portion of his career in corporate America—emerging recently to establish his own full-service illustration shop. Happily married with three kids, Ken lives the idyllic life in the U.S. heartland, pursuing his life-long ambition to “draw things.”

Ken is equally comfortable taking direction and taking charge, whether developing a simple spot cartoon or a series of detailed illustrations. He delivers:
• Fresh, original takes on editorial or advertising content that support the client’s vision and resonate with the intended audience
• Comprehensive management of the illustration process from conceptualization to delivery—, driven by customer feedback and involvement
• Masterful renderings on time, every time, using a combination of traditional and digital drawing tools, with final art delivered digitally to optimize production across multiple platforms
• Competitive pricing and ability to meet aggressive schedules



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