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Subtle Patterns: background textures for a website


If you are starting a new website and finishing its design, it makes sense to look at a collection of Subtle Patterns: it is well-arranged collection of background textures (patterns) that is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported. They can be used with no restrictions.

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The website has a convenient preview: each texture can be instantly used to the whole page as the background. Now there are 93 patterns, a collection has been updated with outstanding new items every week.

All the textures are repetitive on the website Subtle Patterns, namely they are glued into the seamless filling.

By the way, for fans of "infinity": , a small gallery has recently been opened on the Design Festival website with the background textures that are made on the basis of the cicada principle, which is the new technology of web design.

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Here are other collections of patterns

COLOURlovers

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Tileables

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Pixel pattern generator Patternify

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Killer 23 december 2011, 17:52
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