Enter a new set of images that shines with life, motion, and vibrant color. The shallow depth of field and bokeh characteristics give this set endless possibilities.
These textures started off as microscopic photos of sugar mixed with food coloring (perhaps coming out in the future). After pushing the colors and adding some simple grunge and noise, we have our finished result.
These textures were made using a microscope slide that contained water, dish soap, and coffee grounds.
Burned film on its own is quite gorgeous. Put it under a microscope, and the beauty increases infinitely.
After taking a look at a year-old milk-filled microscope slide, I noticed the great shapes and texture that had formed…
The source of these textures is a microscopic view of Chap Stick smear on a microscope slide.
These textures aim to create an ambiguous atmosphere of haze and mystery.
Embolden your desktop with these fresh and exciting fractal wallpapers.
These 14 textures come from a 20+ year old dartboard that was pulled out of basement storage a few weeks ago.
This is the first set in what hopefully will be an ongoing series of textures shot on 35mm film. This volume contains a grab bag of 14 textures.