50 Seamless Subtle Grunge Patterns

50 Seamless & Tileable Subtle Grunge Patterns. Includes Photoshop .PAT file as well as 50 .JPG files for direct use in your websites. Lots of variations and colours included, but I've tried to stick to very soft grunge colours for the most part. Just another quick & easy way to add texture to your work.

Includes various soft grunge, papers, fabric textures etc. Made at 250 x 250px size, with the .JPG files added to the pack too. Combine patterns and change colours to really make these your own. Enjoy!


  1. Liam McKay
    • Shop Owner

    Thanks guys. Let me know how you get on with them. It's my first attempt at seamless textures, but I think I managed to get each and every one as good as they can be.

    What do we think to the 250px size on the .JPG's? Too big, or just right? Should I try for a smaller size next time (at the risk of the repeated pattern looking too obvious)

  2. Philip Lester

    Any chance you can provide a PSD with transparent layers? That way we can apply the grunge to any color/bg.

  3. Crystal
    • Purchased

    These are perfect and exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much!

  4. Ricardo Tramontini
    • Purchased

    Awesome work. Been chasing patterns like this for a long time. Finally found and for a really friendly price. Thanks a lot bro!

  5. Brian Johnson

    Very nice patterns. I was a little disappointed that 18 of the patterns have noticeable seams to varying degrees. However, I guess most often I won't use the patterns at 100% opacity and/or will apply a blending mode, which should greatly reduce the appearance of the seams.

    Beautiful work as always, Liam.

  6. Liam McKay
    • Shop Owner

    @Brian Johnson 18 of them? I realise that sometimes it's easy to spot the pattern, but I really tried my best to remove any straight lines / seams. If there's any that particularly stand out can you let me know which those are, I'd be happy to investigate and see if I can fix them up a bit. Thanks!

  7. Brian Johnson

    Hey Liam - It could be that my expectations for your patterns were unrealistic. Some of the 18 patterns I mentioned are, as you said, just easy to spot the repeating pattern. Here are 9 that I would classify as having seams: 07, 10, 11, 31, 40, 42, 43, 44, 50. I guess it's kind of subjective - other people may classify these 9 patterns as just noticeable patterns rather than having seams.

    Regardless of if you decide to make any changes, I'm happy with the value of your patterns.

    Thanks for touching base with me.


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