Giving Your Right Brain a Regular Workout

Piece of the Week: ‘Cthulhu Britannica’ by Jon Hodgson

Old One of the week.

Behind the Bubble: A Chat with Redbubble CEO Martin Hosking

You wanted to know.

How to Quickly and Cheaply Promote Anything in Real Life

6 ways to get the word out in the real world.

Let’s Celebrate Triskaidekaphobia with this Creepily Cute Collection for Friday the 13th

Stay away from ladders, mirrors, and adorable animals!

The New Stuff: Bulk Disable Products in Your RB Portfolio

More new for you.

The 5 Clients You Meet In Freelance Hell

Avoid these types AT ALL COSTS.

5 Beautiful and Inspirational Tote Bags

New, inspiring ideas for your trips to the market.

Piece of the Week: ‘Mermaid’ by AudGreen

That's one dangerous looking mermaid.

Don’t Break the Chain: Testing Jerry Seinfeld’s Productivity Technique

Must make x's.

5 Reasons We Procrastinate

"If and when were planted, and nothing grew".

World Oceans Day: A Deep Sea Adventure Collection

Beware, land lovers.

6 Reasons to Never Freelance Without a Contract

Always, always, ALWAYS have a contract when working with a new (or even old) client.

Featured Artist: Talking T-Shirts & the Design Process with Ben Walker

San Francisco-based artist Ben Walker is constantly in motion.

Piece of the Week: ‘Clutter Jam’ by ASEO

Inspiration is drawn from the crowded city streets we see each day.

3 Simple Ways to Improve Character Development

Make your characters more complex and deep.

Open Discussion: What’s Your Dream Day as an Artist?

What would you do for one glorious day?

Featured Artist: The Intelligent Whimsy of TonyRiff

The characters created by UK based illustrator TonyRiff are pulled from non-existent cartoons full of madcap adventure and inspired insanity.

7 Ways to Effectively Use Tags in Your Redbubble Profile

Adding tags to individual images makes them easier for people to find when searching for artwork.

Piece of the Week: ‘Icecold’ by Henry Castelein

Castelein’s created something special here. Ice and snow never felt so warm.

Maya Angelou on Being Human

A being made of flesh and matter constructed that artwork.

Why Sincerity in Social Media and Self-Promotion Matters


Open Discussion: What’s the First Step in Your Creative Process?

How do you kickstart your art?

So Many Beards in Ever Growing Lengths

An endless sea of beards.

4 Ways to Network in the Real World

Art begins in the real world, and there are simple tools at the ready to help you reach that audience of strangers you see everyday.