Redbubble User Policies
Mature Content refers to works containing content that may be considered not suitable for viewing by some audiences, such as nudity, blood, guns, alcohol, drugs, violence, adult language and other similar themes.
Artists should indicate that their work is Mature Content as a part of the upload process, however this can also be done at any time using the Edit Work function.
Marking your work as Mature Content ensures that it will only be seen by viewers who choose to include this content while browsing Redbubble, and it will not be indexed off-site. Failure to comply with this guideline may result in account restriction or closure. Pornography and other gratuitous content is not allowed on Redbubble. Please see our full Community and Content Guidelines for more information.
Members Under 18
Redbubble requires that all members be at least 18 years of age. This means you can not create an account or have an account created or managed on your behalf until you have turned 18.
Parents and Guardians
If you have creative children or teenagers who are 17 years or younger, you are welcome to upload their work into your own Redbubble account. Please do not create a separate account for your child before their 18th birthday. You can use the artwork description or title to identify your child as the creator. After your child's 18th birthday they can create and manage their own account on Redbubble, including offering work for sale.
Reporting Underage Accounts
If you have seen an account in the name of someone 17 years or younger, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our services are available only to, and may only be used by, individuals who can form legally binding contracts under applicable law. Our services are not available to persons under 18 years of age. You can read more over here.
Redbubble is immensely proud of the way its members step up when tragedy strikes anywhere in the world.
How can I donate my earnings to charity or a disaster relief fund?
A number of artists generously donate their Redbubble earnings to a charity or not for profit organisation. While we are not able to arrange a donation or special invoicing on your behalf, you are able to make these arrangements yourself.
When communicating with customers about your fund raising efforts, you might consider using a statement like "All proceeds from the sale of this artwork will be donated to the International Red Cross" in your descriptions.
Some charities and not for profit organisations may ask that your register your fund raising projects with them ahead of time.
How do I know if pledges to donate are genuine?
We take the view that most people are honest and want to do that right thing. Redbubble is not able to verify if a pledge is genuine or confirm if a donation was made. You might like to contact the charity to see if they have a relationship with the artist, or you may prefer to donate to the cause or charity directly.
Prices and Invoicing
At the moment we aren't able to make changes to our standard prices or invoices.
To avoid confusion on what portion of the retail price will be donated, you might consider using the description field to clarify any details. For example, If your mark up is set to 20% you might like to use a statement like "20% of the sale price will be donated to the International Red Cross" or "All proceeds from the sale of this artwork will be donated to the International Red Cross" in your descriptions.
How can I find works on Redbubble which may help a charity or cause?
Artists may communicate their pledges in different ways. To start browsing, you might like to visit one of the charity related groups, or search for the particular charity or cause name.
It is always saddening to hear that a member of the Redbubble community has passed away.
When an artist creates an account on Redbubble, they choose a password which we ask them to keep private. We do not have knowledge of their password and are unable to post a notice from or otherwise edit their account.
Many people build strong friendships within the Redbubble community. Some families like to create an account and post a message on Redbubble about the circumstances, to let these friends know what has happened. Friends within the community might like to dedicate a new artwork or piece of poetry, or write a reflection on their friendship and experiences together.
As a requirement of law, accounts no longer in use under these circumstances need to be closed. In order for the account to be closed, please use the form below to send us the following information:
- Account username
- Full name on the account
- Email address on the account
- Physical address on the account
- A scanned death certificate or death notice
Once this is received, the account will be closed and any final payments will be processed.
If you prefer to send us a copy via post, please send it to the address most convenient for you:
Stralauer Pl. 33
111 Sutter St 17th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104
271 Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000