Using hashtags correctly can help you share your art with more people, grow your followers, and find many inspirational works by other enthusiasts. Instagram functionality allows you to use up to 30 hashtags at the same time in one post. Since hashtags also perform the function of a search query within Instagram, hashtags with a higher frequency have strong competition, while for narrowly targeted ones, the competition is negligible. We recommend using high-frequency hashtags along with low-frequency ones to promote your work more efficiently.
To automate the process of adding hashtags to your posts, copy and save your most frequently used hashtags into a Notebook or MC Word document. The next time you post, just copy and paste a selection of your favorite hashtags, this will save a lot of time.
Popular art hashtags:
It doesn't matter if you are a collage maker or a photography enthusiast, these hashtags can be used anyway, as they open the door to the world of fine art for you:
There are several types of themed art hashtags on Instagram that we want to offer you for a narrower and more specialized search and use on topics such as rock painting, ceramic art, wood art, watercolor painting, shoes art, lettering and calligraphy.
Rubricators are special hashtags that you can use to create a unique rubric. If you want, for example, to share your step by step pencil sketch or find some inspiring shoe prints done with Artistro markers:
Max is a professional illustrator and a big fan of Victo Nagi's talent. Before finding his own style, he experimented with different techniques, from collage to acrylic strings. Max loves challenging projects and a bright palette, he prefers to do illustrations for fiction books.