The first guest post ever on Valleys In The Vinyl is this beautiful collection of dirty cardboard by Steve Foster. You want to take a look.
These next 7 textures could add some great color and surfacing to your work, or act as some subtle grunge.
This beautiful collection of nautical grunge comes from Newport, Rhode Island. You can almost smell the ocean when looking at some of these.
This Friday’s Grab Bag has 7 more texture builds with lots of colorful and grungy styles.
This collection of great burned paper is very versatile and recyclable. Each image is very high resolution with an average size of 3300×5000.
The second installment of the Friday Grab Bag is a diverse collection of color, form, attitude & style.
Check my first brushes-only post, containing 6 splatter forms with energy. These hi-res brushes are over 2000px and will add great movement to your work.
Welcome to the first installment of the weekly Friday Grab Bag, a collection of textures that will keep you inspired and end your week the right way.
Check out these 9 dirty vintage paper textures created using pages from a 1950s hymnal book. These are all super hi-res, averaging about 3000×4000.
This is the inaugural post of my new series, Urban Identity, where I showcase the great variety of textures cities have to offer. These 20 textures come from downtown Northampton, Massachusetts.