Redbubble is an Australian online marketplace for print on demand products based on user submitted artwork. The company was founded in 2006 in Melbourne, Australia, and also maintains offices in San Francisco. The company was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in May 2016 (RBL.AX). Redbubble (formerly stylized as "RedBubble") operates primarily on the Internet and allows its members to sell their art work as decoration on a variety of products. Products include prints, T-shirts, hoodies, cushions, duvet covers, leggings, skirts and scarfs. An executive described the company as "a community of artists who upload their artwork in digital form." The company offers free membership to artists who maintain the copyrights to their work, regulate their own prices, and decide which products may display their images. The company was founded in 2006 by Martin Hosking, Peter Styles and Paul Vanzella after raising $2 million in investor capital. In March 2014, it was reported that 51,900 artists have successfully sold their creations on Redbubble generating more than $15 million (AU) in earnings. At the time it was estimated that eight million unique viewers hit the site every month.