Geometric polygon backgrounds are proving to be very popular resources for all kinds of web and print projects. They’re great for filling out the background of websites and leaflets, or to add a splash of colour to flyer and stationery prints. I’ve been busy crafting a huge collection of 20 backgrounds each with different low-poly patterns and colour schemes for you to download for free! They’re all 3000x2000px at 300ppi making them large enough for both print and web designs.

20 Free Polygon Backgrounds

This free pack of polygon backgrounds contains 20 high resolution graphics made up of colourful poly shapes. They’re perfect for filling out areas with vibrant geometric patterns, making them great for headers, flyers, advertisements, wallpapers or even as a background to present your portfolio work.

EDIT: For those interested in how they’re made, it started out with a tool named I ♥ ∆, followed by colour manipulation and tweaking in Photoshop.

Download the free polygon backgrounds pack30mb

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  1. Thank you so much, I was just about to buy some of this on CreativeMarket and you gave them away for free, awesome.

    • This isn’t the tool I used, but it’s very similar. Actually this one would have made it much easier!
      Just updated the post with a link to the one I found.

  2. Hi Chris,
    These are brilliantly done, especially color combination. It will be highly appreciated if you sharing the original file or if you kindly sharing its tutorial.


  3. Thank you, Chris! These are wonderful backgrounds and I love the colour combinations you used.

  4. I like freebies! Thanks for sharing the nice design pack and now we can use this in our design presentation!

  5. I don’t know why I have so much trouble but… unzipped the polygon backgrounds and tried to load and got a message about some encrypted error. If these are jpg pictures then I should be able to put them right into my background folder… yes?
    When you have a minuted maybe you can tell me what I’m doing wrong.


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