I have no idea what J Boo means by this name, but hey – it’s hot.
Source j Boo
If you want png files of this u can download them here : viscious-speed.deviantart.com/gallery/27635117
Japanese looking fish scale pattern.
Source Ian Soper
Seamless Core Pattern 5
Used a cherry by doctormo to make this seamless pattern
Retro Squares Background 7
This was formed by distorting an image of a background on Pixabay.
Light honeycomb pattern made up of the classic hexagon shape.
Source Federica Pelzel
A dark pattern made out of 3×3 circles and a 1px shadow. This works well as a carbon texture or background.
Source Atle Mo
Zero CC tileable bark texture, photographed and made by me. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
Black brick wall pattern. Brick your site up!
Source Alex Parker
This pack of filters can help you adding a blocky overlay to objects. May come handy at drawing blocks of stone.
Source Lazur URH
Background Wall, Art Abstract, Block Well & CC0 texture.
You don’t see many mid-tone patterns here, but this one is nice.
Source Joel Klein
Abstract Tiled Background Extended 11
I have no idea how to describe this one, but it’s light and delicate.
One of the few full-color patterns here, but this one was just too good to pass up.
Source Alexey Usoltsev
Remixed from a design seen in 'Burghley. The Life of William Cecil', William Charlton, 1857.
Prismatic Snowflakes Pattern No Background
A seamless background drawn in Paint.net and vectorised with Vector Magic. The starting point was a photograph of drinking straws from Pixabay.
Derived from elements found in a floral ornament drawing on Pixabay.
From a drawing in 'At home', J. Sowerby, J. Crane and T. Frederick, 1881.
Prismatic Groovy Concentric Background 3 No Black
Prismatic Geometric Tessellation Pattern No Background
This is a remix of "flower seamless pattern".I rotated the original image by 90 degrees.This is a seamless pattern of flowers.These horizontal wavy lines are one of Edo patterns which is called "tatewaku or tachiwaku or 立湧" that represents uprising steam or vapor.
Continuing the geometric trend, here is one more.
Source Mike Warner
A seamless light gray paper texture with horizontal double lines.
Source V. Hartikainen
The classic 45-degree diagonal line pattern, done right.
Source Jorick van Hees
From a drawing in 'Art Embroidery', M.S. Lockwood and E. Glaister, 1878.
Prismatic Dots Background 5