Prismatic Floral Background
Got some felt in my mailbox today, so I scanned it for you to use.
Source Atle Mo
Cubes, geometry, 3D. What’s not to love?
Source Michael Atkins
Gamedev - Floors Textures. CC0 License.
Source Davit Masia
Have you wondered about how it feels to be buried alive? Here is the pattern for it.
Source Hendrik Lammers
ZeroCC tileable wood boards texture, photographed and made by me. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
Gamedev - Asphalt textures. CC0 License.
Source Davit Masia
Subtle scratches on a light gray background.
Source Andrey Ovcharov
Formed from a tile based on a drawing from 'Viaggi d'un artista nell'America Meridionale', Guido Boggiani, 1895.
A colorful triangular background, variation 3.
I guess this is inspired by the city of Ravenna in Italy and its stone walls.
Bark style CC0 texture.
Number 1 in a series of 5 beautiful patterns. Can be found in colors on the submitter’s website.
Source Janos Koos
Incoming catena. Stone & well. CC0 texture.
Same flowers, dark background
The starting point for this was a texture drawn with the 'Radial Colors' plug-in in Paint.net.
Prismatic Groovy Concentric Background 5
To get the tile this is based on select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift+alt+i.
I love the movie Pineapple Express, and I’m also liking this Pineapple right here.
Source Audee Mirza
A light brushed aluminum pattern for your pleasure.
Source Tim Ward
Prismatic Floral Background No Black
From a drawing in 'Art Embroidery', M.S. Lockwood and E. Glaister, 1878.
Seamless tile drawn in Paint.net and vectorised in Vector Magic.
Adapted from a jpg on Pixabay.
Uses spirals from Pixabay. To get the basic tile select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift+alt+i
With a name this awesome, how can I go wrong?
Source Nikolay Boltachev
Utilising a bird from s-light and some flowers from Almeidah. To get the unit tile, select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift-alt-i.
The image depicts a seamless pattern of a fishnet with a plenty of fish.It may be a lucky charm for fishermen.
CC0 textures, backgrounds.
A seamlessly repeating background pattern of wood. The image is procedurally generated, and, I think, it's turned out quite well.
Source V. Hartikainen
From a drawing in 'Line and form', Walter Crane, 1914.