Every October, artists and designers worldwide take on the “Inktober” drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing each day for the entire month. Jake Parker, an illustrator and teacher from Utah, created Inktober in 2009 as a personal challenge to hone his illustration skills, and almost 10 years later, it has grown into an internet sensation. (See the official Inktober Instagram.)
Since the goal of Inktober is to develop positive drawing habits and create content, some designers have interpreted the Inktober challenge differently, like graphic designer, Lisa Engler. Her digital take on the challenge, which she calls “Vectober,” is a set of October-themed greeting card designs, containing a variety of puns!