I found out about Redbubble thanks to one of my friends, as she had a few stickers from there and I thought they looked cool, so I decided to take a look into myself. Here’s what happened…

Who are they? – Redbubble are a website that claim they are  “the finest and most diverse creative community and marketplace on the interlink. With artists and designers hailing from every corner of the globe, displaying eye opening talent, skill, passion and enthusiasm for all forms of creativity there really is no better place for you to get your artistic kicks”

What do they do? – A range of things! In their own words “If you’re looking for unique and impossibly brilliant t-shirts, heart-stopping wall art, attention grabbing iPhone cases or any other beautifully designed products, we’re here to present an alternative to the mass producing hordes rudely hawking your individuality back to you on the main street”. As earlier mentioned, you can find a design, or create your own (in which you can find help online or on Redbubble), other products include stickers, home decor, stationary, or bags. You’ll be guaranteed to find a design and product for you, and get a whole range of items that showcase your personality.

Why? – For artists to sell their work, to promote creativity, give everyone a taste of your personality and have a constant reminder of the things that make you happy!

Here’s my collection, stuck onto my Mac cover:

It includes Julia Roberts (with a flower crown), Dory (Finding Nemo), Meryl Streep (better than you), Central Perk, Girls Aloud, Katy Perry (queen), Jennifer Aniston, Musical Theatre Trash, Casette (saying ‘Wonderland’) and Disney logo (with iconography of the Disney Princesses) – some of which were existing designs, others were my own.

It’s a great little site, that offer respectable prices with regular offers, for you to get a touch of personality to your everyday products!

So, have you ever shopped at Redbubble? Will you consider it in the future? Let me know!