Hoboworks's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
Free Promotion Count
Paid Campaign Count
Get Our Influencer Rate Card Today!
A brand new way for you to compare the rates of influencers across the world.Learn More
PROFILE OVERVIEW OF HOBOWORKS
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 5.50%. The average number of likes per post is 114 and the average number of comments is 6.
53.03% of the followers that engaged with hoboworks regularly are from United States, followed by Canada at 28.79% and United Kingdom at 9.09%. In summary, the top 5 countries of hoboworks's posts engager are coming from United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, Turkey.
Hoboworks loves posting about Art.
Check hoboworks's audience demography. This analytics report shows hoboworks's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR HOBOWORKS
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF HOBOWORKS
- United States 53.03 %
- Canada 28.79 %
- United Kingdom 9.09 %
- Mexico 3.03 %
- Turkey 1.52 %
Shake splitter's cabin circa WW 1. Came across this historic relic on a recent hike on the Sunshine Coast. It strikes me as an art instalation. Perfect in its slow transition back to the forest. It tells a story of a different time. Built with very few simple hand tools entirely out of split cedar from the surrounding woods. The very same product that the person inhabiting the cabin would have been there to produce and pack out. Newspaper had been used for insulation (reminants stuck to walls) This is how we were able to date it. A small wood stove would have kept this small structure as cozy as could be. Remains of a fence exist. Telling the story of likely a work horse. Just a man plying a living by himself in the woods. Honest hard work. This area had been burnt by a massive forest fire in the 1860s. The inhabitant would have been salvaging from the remains of the burt out ancient cedars. The forest in this photo literally grew up around this cabin. This is an emerging old growth forest. Never before clear cut; approximately 150 years old. The beautiful back lighting is sadly from a recent giant logging operation a couple hundred feet away.
Finally had time to complete the cabin at the family property on the Sunshine Coast recently with my brother Lenny. It was framed up and roofed last summer. We pushed for seven days this July for all the finishing and this is where we landed. Very specific design cues informed by the environment of the coast. There has always been a cabin in this spot on the property. This is a much more deluxe version, replacing the previous, delapitated, lower-budget version I built 22 years ago. It's a 10'x14' layout. We worked hard but it was also great family time—healthy food and afternoon swims in the ocean. It was fun gathering reclaimed materials for the built-in bed, kitchenette, and bar seating, etc. Special thanks to our youngest brother Marty Clemens for the beautiful photography. #cabinlife #sunshinecoastbc #woodwork #robertscreek #westcoast #cozycabin #architecture #housedesign
As of tomorrow we are leaving our beloved studio of six years. We are on to a new location and exciting next chapter of Hobo. Please stay tuned for an update later this summer. It will be very different yet very much the same if that makes any sense? We will not be taking commissions this summer but can of course be contacted by all of the same traditional means. So many thanks to everyone; clients, family and friends for so much support thus far! Speaking for myself and my brother, the work done to date through Hobo has been the most meaningful and fulfilling of our lives. Next chapter... Carpe diem.
Beautiful treasure chest for a young person who isn't on Instagram. Primo.
Fresh batch of Hobo essential crates out the door. All for one client :)
Hobo dining set. With Larb dinner. Look it up. Amazing!!
Fixxens tonight on a Hobo chopping block and kitchen island. Making Larb tonight. That's right Larb. Doing ground turkey. All fixings go into a leaf of butter lettuce. Superb! Its a dish from Laos.
This is a storage/work art table. (It's sitting onto of a chair). It will have casters on it later. The top extends out and collapses by removing the diagonal brace. The counter is made from old maple from the now defunct downtown post office. The rest is reclaimed cedar.
Ok. Not a lot of people smoke tobacco these days. But isn't this the right way to do it if you smoke? Ceremonial buckskin pouch for roll ups. Yeah, I made it for myself :)
A sweet little garden table with a lattice leg design. I swear spring is here soon :)
Yes. That's right. Organic tulips from the yard. And of course the beautiful reclaimed family dinner table I made for my family :)
PEOPLE ALSO VIEWED
Looking for the next influencer in Canada to work with?
Have you considered to work with the following influencers?