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 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.
Embolden your desktop with these fresh and exciting fractal wallpapers.
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.
This journal I found at an antique shop in Maine is filled with beautiful ink handwriting. It is overflowing with history and personality and will be a valuable addition to your texture library.
This antique documents display a great array of stains, tears, printed text, and handwritten text.
Ralph Steadman, the Gonzo Artist, is one of my personal favorite illustrators/artists. Steadman’s work has such a raw energy to it that makes it impossible to ignore. I wanted to try and capture that raw energy and spontaneous creation.
This week’s grab bag has 5 more colorful and diverse textures for your use and inspiration.
I made these textures with the goal of creating surfaces that feel broken and tangible. As my resource library grows, I will continue to develop this texture style.