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February 6, 2018

Ken Dutton’s illustration and caricature services are going for 2018 Winter Olympic gold, as world athletes converge on PyeongChang to make skating, not war.  (more)

January 16, 2018

Ken Dutton developed an extensive series of illustrations in a looser, more free-flowing style for a recent project.   (more)

January 5, 2018

Ken Dutton recently set aside his signature cartoon style to produce this dynamic portrait of Caleb Swanigan, player for the NBA Portland Trail Blazers(more)

September 14, 2017

Ken Dutton created the Presley-centric promotional artwork for Elvis for Alzheimer’s, the annual 5K family race, fun run, and walk fund raising event.   (more)

August 17, 2017

Ken Dutton published a series of illustrations for the 2017 News-Sentinel Football Season Preview, featuring a super hero theme. The cover illustration features four area school mascots, Warrior, Spartan, Lion, and Panther, enhanced, super-sized, suited up and ready for action.  (more)

June 6, 2017

Ken Dutton created two fun illustrations to promote Midwest Summer Rugby. Although still relatively new to the job, the “Rugger-in-Chief” is taking the promotion lead this year – for once in an apolitical manner.  (more)

April 25, 2017

Ken Dutton created the annual promotional illustration for the venerable Franke Park Day Camp for kids, 2017 edition. Last year’s art celebrated the institution’s 70th anniversary, and the design this year marks Ken’s 23rd consecutive such illustration, having started in 1994! (more)

April 14, 2017

Ken Dutton illustrates holiday greetings from the “Easter Bunny-in-Chief” with this whimsical promo piece. Like it or not, there’s a new bunny in charge this year (big league)! (more)

March 23, 2017

Ken Dutton illustrated the engaging-yet-dangerous mascot for the newly-launched Killer Bees rugby football team. (more)

March 17, 2017

Ken Dutton recently completed the “Leprechaun-in-Chief” (AKA Donald Trump) illustration for use in conjunction with a Saint Patrick’s Day promotion. Who knew that Diet Coke came in green?