Logan Kline grew up in the small town of Liberty Center, Ohio and has been drawing for as long as he can remember. He is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts; his first three years were spent in their now nonexistent branch campus in Savannah, Georgia. It was a special place for young artists where illustration majors and fine arts majors worked, played and inspired each other as fellow artists. Unfortunately it did not last. He, along with many other students transferred to the New York City campus and finished out their undergraduate studies in "The Big City".
It was at SVA New York that he met his wife Kim, a sculptor and art therapy major. They currently live in the foothills of the Taconic Mountains of Eastern New York with their two sons . He works as an educator and freelance illustrator.
Most of Logan's current work is a fusion of traditional drawing and digital coloring techniques. His training is rooted in an approach that has great reverence for the old masters, while his inspiration for illustration and story telling stems from the picture books, comics and cartoons that he was exposed to as a child.