What tags do you need to use to be part of Redbubble's partner program? I've compiled all the keywords needed into one simple list.
Making fan art that you can legally earn money from is a dream come true for an artist. And Redbubble has made that possible with their Partner Program. As of 1 November 2019, there are currently 53 different brands you can make fan art for.
But it can be a challenge to remember the tags, or keywords, you need for your artwork to be part of the program. Or to avoid accidentally being in the program! Extreme example: you could make an innocent aquarium artwork, tag it 'sharktank' and find you're art's getting evaluated for the TV show Shark Tank!
Update 25 January 2020:
The Redbubble Partner Program has been updated as of 20 January 2020, to include four more brand partners:
Four brand partners have also been removed from the program, including:
Redbubble Current Active Brand Partners
Adam Ruins Everything:
Ed, Edd, & Eddy:
Penny Dreadful (2014):
The Venture Bros.:
Terminated Brand Partnerships
I hope this list will help you out if you're making fan art to sell on Redbubble (and possibly Teepublic).
Peace, love and sunshine,