We could not be less drawn about this news: Audubon Magazine artists have won three American Illustration Awards.
Jason Holley won two awards; Greg Mably, one.
"It's no coincidence that Jason's work sometimes evokes John James Audubon's... while Greg's has a Charley Harper vibe," notes Kevin Fisher, design director of Audubon.
Audubon's winning work will appear in the American Illustration 33 annual award book, online and in a version for tablet devices as well as at an awards event. See the winning artwork below.
This year's distinguished jury included Steve Byram, Artist and Designer, Screw Gun Records; Chris Dixon, Design Director, Vanity Fair; Marti Golon, Art Director, Reader's Digest; Amy Hausmann, Deputy Director, MTA Arts for Transit & Urban Design; Peter Morance, Art Director, The New York Times, Science; Len Small, Art Director, Graphic Designer, Nautilus; and Alex Spiro, Creative Director, co-Founder, Nobrow.“The views expressed in user comments do not reflect the views of Audubon. Audubon does not participate in political campaigns, nor do we support or oppose candidates.”