Your Redbubble profile contains sensitive information such as your home address and purchase history, so we keep this information under lock and key. The only way to gain access to your profile is with your Redbubble username and password.
Having trouble logging in?
- Double check that you are using your username, not your email address to login.
- You can recover a forgotten username or password by heading to the account recovery page. We’ll send you an email with everything you need to reset your password and login.
Password Reset Email Not Received
If you don’t see your password reset email, please try the following:
- Make sure that your email address has been entered correctly. Be sure to check spelling, spaces and upper or lower cases. Then send the reset request again.
- Check the junk mail folder in your email. You can also add Redbubble to your ‘safe’ list for future contacts.
But that's my old email address. Help!
In the interest of protecting your personal information, we are unable to send password reset instructions to a different email address. Your best option is to contact your old email address provider to see if you can restore access to your original email address.
To close an account that you no longer have access to, please follow the link below to contact our Redbubble Customer Experience team. Remember to have your username handy and explain why you want the account removed.
Can I change my username?
As long as it isn’t being used by another account, you can change your username to whatever your heart desires (between 4 and 15 characters). You can get in touch with the Artist Experience Team, and they’ll sort it out for you.
You can also change the display name that appears on your Profile. Just head to the Account Details page and choose between your ‘real-name’ and your ‘username’. Then save the changes.