Guidelines: Alfred Hitchcock


Submitting Your Design
Tag your work with: AlfredHitchcock
Accepted Formats: jpg, png; under 300 mb
Recommended Dimensions: 7632 x 6480 pixels


General Guidelines
Applies to all fan art submissions in the Partner Program

Be original.
While your work will include a brand’s Intellectual Property (like a company’s logo or a character from a TV show), it’s important to add something original of your own - make it unique.
Do your research - make sure your design hasn’t already been done.

Don’t submit screenshots or imagery taken directly from the property.

Be mindful of explicit content.
Some brands might be ok with adult content, but others aren’t. Check each brand’s guidelines if you want to know more about what each partner thinks is ok.

Be creative.
Play with styles and mediums.
Get inspiration from the brand - watch, read, or play it again.


Property Guidelines
Specific to Alfred Hitchcock


  • Do make the most of your creativity. As Sir Alfred Hitchcock once said, “There is something more important than logic: imagination.”
  • Do feel free to reference, get inspired by, and create works related to the following Hitchcock films:
    • Vertigo
    • Rear Window
    • Rope
    • The Man Who Knew Too Much
    • The Trouble with Harry
  • Do feel free to download and incorporate the Alfred Hitchcock trademarks in your works, as long as you are not using them alone or outside of Redbubble.
  • Do ensure that your fan art is high resolution to ensure a high quality print! Low resolution images may not be approved.
  • And most importantly, have fun- make it thrilling!



  • Don’t use any 3rd party content or ideas, including mash-ups of Alfred Hitchcock assets, shows, or films with other properties.
  • Don't include weapons in Alfred Hitchcock's hand.
  • Don’t submit sexual, graphic, defamatory, or political works. Submissions that are deemed inappropriate will not be approved and/or taken down.


About Alfred Hitchcock


Alfred Hitchcock, recognizable by just his silhouette and widely known as “the Master of Suspense,” today’s audience knows him simply as Hitchcock. From framing shots to maximize fear and anxiety to incorporating voyeurism, Hitchcock was a visionary filmmaker whose creative legacy continues to enthrall and inspire.

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