The Pattern Library

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We’re big fans of patterns here at CreativePro. They’re fascinating, fun, and useful. And in the case of David Blatner’s awesome vector patterns, free.

And now there’s a new resource where you can grab patterns galore.

It’s simply called The Pattern Library, and it’s home to a growing collection of cool seamless patterns that you can download and use for free.

The designs range from geometric shapes and halftone dots to subway lines, postage stamps, and sushi.

source: thepatternlibrary.com

The patterns consist of of jpgs, gifs, and pngs that you can access by clicking a download link.

And if you like to craft your own patterns, you can also submit them to be included in the site. Check out thepatternlibrary.com for details.

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