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Inktober is a yearly 30 Day Challenge in which artists challenge themselves to draw one picture in ink a day through the month of October.
Parker kept the challenge up every year, and it found some small spread among artists. The first instance of mass traction, however, came in 2013, when Parker posted the instructions to the #Inktober challenge to his Tumblr (shown below). The post has gained over 4,700 notes as of October 5th, 2016. Both a Tumblr and subreddit devoted to Inktober was also launched that year.
The challenge began attracting media attention in 2014, as Telegraph and Paste. To Paste, Parker explained that Inktober's 2013 spike in popularity came when he introduced the hashtag "#Inktober" and cites over 46,000 #Inktober posts in 2013 and 186,000 #Inktober posts in the first eight days of 2014.
By 2016, Inktober has grown into a widely celebrated event among the artist community. As of October 5th, 2016, the Inktober Facebook community has over 77,000 members, the subreddit has over 400 readers and it's a popular trend among artists on Reddit.
On October 1st, 2018, Twitter  user @taylorreynolds13 tweeted, "Medium-Rare Vines That I Drew On Post-Its ✍️ An #Inktober Thread. #Inktober2018." The post received more than 1,200 retweets and 2,300 likes in less than three weeks.
Over the next months, @taylorreynolds13 posted small illustrations based on popular Vine videos. Such Vines include It's Wednesday My Dudes, Welcome to Chili's, Who Is She and more (shown below, respectively).
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