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Real Photocopier Textures

20 Delicious REAL Photocopier Textures!

Test drive a free sample of five of these textures right now!

Hey! Remember when you paid a dime per page to copy hundreds of pages of some book you'd never read back in college!? Or how about making copies of your super sweet heavy metal fan zine Death Farts at the library?

What's that? You don't?

Well, you missed out because traditional photocopiers were often terrible at what they were supposed to do. But oh how some of us loved the nature of that failure and we lust after those days of analog imperfection. While the days of old-school photocopiers are in their final sunset their tasty textures linger on. I've assembled a batch of hi-res scans from my ever-trusty desktop copier before it breathes its last toner-choked breaths.

Apply these in Photoshop or your other favorite image editing software to add that erroneous yet elegant aesthetic to your work. Perfect for adding a DIY appeal to logos, hand lettering, zines and any time you don't have access to archaic technology.

What you get

20 hi-res greyscale scans of yummy photocopier textures in maximum quality JPEG format.

This is a large collection of over 333MB. That's half the download size of The Beast. Dude, you know these are metal!


Image editing software such as Adobe Photoshop, GIMP (and maybe MS Paint if you're a masochist or truly punk.)


Any issues or questions with files? Just HOLLA!

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