Inktober 2018 – A Round Up

October is nearly coming to an end, and with it Inktober 2018. Created by Illustrator Jake Parker in 2009 as a way to develop his inking skills, the challenge has been adopted by countless artists on a worldwide level and turned into a yearly online tradition.

Not only it serves as a way to experiment with the medium, but it can be an avenue to explore specific themes and push personal work further (as well as connecting with peers on a global scale via the #Inktober hashtag).

Today, on Halloween, we bid farewell to Inktober and gather 10 Illustrators whose creations have captivated us throughout the whole month.

Make sure to click through each image to visit their profiles and continue following their work!


David Callow

Aleesha Nandhra

John Bond


Albert Kiefer

Chris Jevons

Elena Jacinta Durey

Fran Collado

Laura A. Conley


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