Don’t be fooled by any complicated jargon (and how snazzy we look in pinstripe). We are not your lawyer and this is not legal advice. We recommend contacting an attorney if you need an actual legal consultation.
Rather, this is general information aimed at giving you the legal lay of the land. While we can’t defend you in court, we know that art and IP ownership can be murky territory; the least we can do is arm you with the right kind of knowledge to get you started.
- What’s a copyright and what does it protect?
- How can I copyright my work?
- What can I do to ensure that the products I sell on Redbubble don’t infringe someone else’s copyright?
- What’s fair use?
- How can parody be a fair use?
- Is it okay to upload fan art?
- Is it okay to upload mashups?
- Is it okay to upload an image I found?
- Can I upload and sell artwork if I have a Creative Commons license or other license for it?
- What’s your complaint process for infringing content?
- What should I do if I see something on Redbubble that I think may be infringing on another’s rights?
- What can I do if my artworks is being used somewhere else on the Internet without my permission?
- Why was my artwork removed?
- Why was my artwork removed while other similar ones remain?
- Will I get taken to court or sued if my artwork was removed from the Redbubble marketplace?
- Why was my artwork removed if I made it myself?
- Can I get my artwork reinstated?