Textures and patterns are invaluable assets for every designer! They’re the ultimate time-saver, whether you’re looking to quickly add depth and visual interest to your work, or needing a great looking background for your designs. Often you’ll be working on a wide variety of projects, and so a versatile library of design resources is essential. This new bundle brings you thousands of hand-curated, super high quality textures and patterns, for an incredible 99% saving! This collection of best-sellers will save you precious hours, and make your projects look more fantastic than ever!

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The Essential Textures & Patterns Bundle

The Essential Textures & Patterns Bundle is the most varied textures and patterns bundle from Design Cuts yet! Inside you can discover vintage papers, grungy surfaces, hand-painted textures, watercolour patterns, real gold surfaces, geometric patterns, fine art textures, wood and marble surfaces, pencil etchings, displaced textures, chevron patterns, foam textures, blush textures and more.

The Essential Textures & Patterns Bundle

$2145 Resources for $29 (99% off!)

This collection of premium grade products has a total value of $2145, but the 99% discount as part of this deal drops the price tag to just $29. Also included for every item is full extended licensing, which gives you the freedom to use these assets in your commercial work. This offer will expire soon, and once it does, these products will only be available at their full price. Take this great opportunity to expand your toolkit with some high quality resources!

The Essential Textures & Patterns Bundle

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  1. Oooh, those look amazing! I especially like the wood textures. Oddly enough, it is rather difficult to find a nice, good-resolution wood texture that shows something more that the standard parallel grain. Thanks a lot!

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