Vector Abstract Backgrounds

If you want to really make something stand out, an easy way to do this is to use a interesting image of some kind. It could be a large, bold photograph, or like today’s post, you could use a power vector abstract background. The advantage of using a vector abstract background is that if you decide to use it one more than one of your promotional pieces, it will stretch and scale with anything. You can put Vector Abstract Backgrounds on anything from business cards to billboards, and they won’t lose a bit of quality. Today, I am sharing a few really awesome vector abstract backgrounds that you can use in your designs. You can preview these backgrounds below.

Vector Abstract Backgrounds zig zag

I love the retro colors in this one. They are fun and just scream retro. This would be great for a website background or wrapped around a shopping back.

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Vector Abstract Backgrounds shapes

I love the mix of sharp angles and overlays in this one. The use of subtle shadows suggests depth in the image as well.

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Vector Abstract Backgrounds geome 3

Being a little OCD, I really tend to lean toward repeating patterns, and symmetrical paterns. ANything that is geometric pleases me, and the colors of this one really get your attention.

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Vector Abstract Backgrounds geo 2

I like this one because of the mix of the geometric pattern in the background and the lines in the foreground. There’s a lot going on here, but it’s a really interesting abstract background.

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Vector Abstract Backgrounds geometric

This one is just awesome. The mix of blues, pinks and cyans create a real aquatic feel. it almost looks like an abstract ripple.

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Vector Abstract Backgrounds diagonals

The criss-cross of diagonal lines and shadows add a real sense of depth to this design. This vector abstract background looks like it has layers of depth.

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Conslusion

Which one was your favorite? Mine was the retro stripes, but I also like the pink and blue triangular pattern.

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