36 Free Pixel Patterns for Photoshop

Free Pixel Patterns

Free patterns were extremely useful, because they enable you to create a seamless texture for your designs. Whether you’re designing for print or the web, it is important to have seamless patterns that are high-quality. I found a collection of 36 free pixel patterns for Photoshop by Matt Gentile that you can use in your designs. You’ll need to be using Photoshop CS5 or later in order to use these patterns. The preview image below shows you some of the patterns that are available in this collection.

36 Free Pixel Patterns

In this collection there are circular and square patterns available. The square patterns are great for creating a grid-like effect. I like how the squares are spaced further and further apart throughout the many different patterns. The circular patterns are great for a multitude of purposes. Some will simulate halftone patterns, while others represent more abstract patterns. Some of the circular patterns could look like metal mesh that you find on aluminum electronics, like Apple devices, etc.

free pixel patterns: subtle patterns

Matt is no stranger to creating great patterns. He has another collection of subtle Photoshop patterns shown above that you can find here. Subtle patterns are great when you want to add a little texture to your designs, but you don’t want to overpower them. If you want to build up a good library of patterns, you might add these to the list.

What do you think about this collection of 36 free pixel patterns. These patterns are 16 pixels by 16 pixels in size. In the download you will receive the pattern file that you can embed directly inside of Photoshop. You also receive the PST file so that you can scale these patterns larger or smaller if needed. This is a great collection of Photoshop patterns that you’ll find highly useful. Click the link below to be taken to the download page. You may NOT host this design file elsewhere, you also may NOT re-sell this nor release this file elsewhere.

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