Scheduled to debut in time for the launch of the upcoming feature film
Steven Universe: The Movie
. The program gives fans the chance to create and buy series-inspired designs from other fans, participate in a one-of-a-kind adventure on a Steven Universe microsite and get a first look at scenes from the movie as depicted by Redbubble community artists.
“We know that people can’t get enough of Steven Universe and wanted to give them a creative and fun way to get hyped up for the upcoming movie,” says Eric Morse, senior vice president, partnerships and general manager, global licensing, Redbubble. “Redbubble is all about supporting individuals expressing what they are passionate about, and Cartoon Network has long been a home for shows that create deep connections with fans.”
Redbubble recently made waves by acquiring
partnering with CBS Consumer
so fans could sell officially licensed "Twin Peaks" fan art on the platform.
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