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Sorted: 12 Pixel Sorted Textures

A set of 12 pixel sorted textures.

This set of pixel sorted textures will bring a digitized abstract feel to your next project. The sorting effect was created using algorithms that isolate horizontal or vertical lines of pixels and distort and stretch them. The unique result is both clean and messy—abstract and ordered. Using Photoshop, you can easily customize the look and feel by using adjustment layers like hue/saturation, color balance or invert. Since these resources are super high resolution, they’ll work great in print or web graphics. Use the full pieces or crop in close on the gorgeous macro details.

The textures were created as a collaboration between Mark Walczak and Jim LePage.


BONUS PHOTOSHOP BRUSHES

Also included is a set of Photoshop brushes made from the textures so you can easily build and create your own custom abstract textures.


FEATURES

  • 12 JPG files
  • 5000 x 5000px (16.67x16.67in)
  • 300dpi in RGB colorspace
  • Set of Photoshop brushes

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