Redbubble

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About RedBubble

 

Redbubble was founded by Martin Hosking, Peter Styles and Paul Vanzella.

Redbubble is quite simply the finest and most diverse creative community and marketplace on the interlink. There, we said it. With artists and designers hailing from every corner of the globe, displaying eye opening talent, skill, passion and enthusiasm for all forms of creativity there really is no better place for you to get your artistic kicks.

If you’re looking for unique and impossibly brilliant t-shirts, heart-stopping wall art, attention grabbing iPhone cases or any other beautifully designed products we’re here to present an alternative to the mass producing hordes rudely hawking your individuality back to you on the main street.

For the creatives among you we’re a marketplace. You can sell your work with zero hassle on a healthy range of incredibly high quality products. You’ll find a playground of like minded humans displaying work, admiring work and discussing work. We’re into learning and collaborating and making people smile. What’s more, we’re free. And free is the best kind of price.

We have a blog that’s overflowing with inspiration, tutorials, interviews and more eye candy than you could shake a panda at. We’re always hiring for something. And because social networking is the oxygen of today we have our very own, and very up to date FacebookTwitter and Tumblr. They’re equal parts beautiful, bizarre, informative and hilarious.

Founded in 2006 | Based: Australia

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RedBubble has an excess of people uploading work, which is not curated or monitored for infringement, quality or commercial viability. They tend to have artists who they fit their mould who they promote and feature, so you get lost in the crowd.

Some of their products have had issues with the quality, but overall is good and worth the money. Payments are made well and frequently and the interface is concise to give the artists good information.

Watermarking on their images.

Artists can order own work at a discount, and have multiple accounts (as long as there is a different email). Notable issue is that the interface for uploading does always respond well.

Redbubble is quite strict on a lot of IP infringement cases.

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Pros

• control your own pricing
• easy upload
• good community
• quality products

Cons

• large artist base
• no templates provided
• no curating
• IP issues weak calls
• no curating

Summary

Redbubble is a well know and growing community of artists. Even though it's not curated, the atmosphere is well balanced and the product range makes the process of uploading worth while. They have strange pre-emptive issues with IP restrictions, and their uploading interface has an occasional glitch. Each product requires a new image instead of caching from previous uploads. There have been issues with post outs of products, but customer service is effective.

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