18 Inktober Illustrations by Egyptians That Will Take Your Breath Away


One of the many things that makes October great is #Inktober. The hashtag encourages artists from around the world to showcase their talents on social media platforms. This makes it more like a virtual gallery, and all you need to do is search the hashtag on Instagram and check out the marvelous pictures. But in case you don’t have time, we’d like to bring you 18 of the best entries from Egypt. We love them and we’re sure you will too.

By Eman Hussien

By Omneya Badawy

By Rofaida Rady

By Fatma Ahmed

By Samar Gamel

By Dalia Kamel

By Duaa Eltaweel

By Aya El Borgy

By Fatema El Tawill

By Kholoud Kamal

By Alia Bassioni

By Walaa Ashraf

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