200+ Seamless Grunge Patterns For Designers

Patterns are an excellent way to add a little style to web designs and print media. In this roundup we’ve turned our focus to grunge patterns for those looking for a dirty/grungy feel for your designs. All of the patterns featured are completely seamless and are in the .PAT format ready for Photoshop. Each image throughout the list represents a larger collection of high quality patterns which can be found by simply clicking on the image. Enjoy!

Grunge Star Patterns (8 patterns)

Retro Grunge Wallpaper Patterns (10 patterns)

Grunge Wallpaper Patterns (7 patterns)

Grungy Stripes Patterns (9 patterns)

Peeling Green Grunge Patterns (7 patterns)

Natural Grunge Textures (5 patterns)

Natural Beige Patterns Part 2 (6 patterns)

Grungy & Dirty Photoshop Patterns (27 patterns)

Extreme Grunge Peeling Pattern (5 patterns)

ETC Grunge Stripes Pattern (12 patterns)

Skull Patterns (2 patterns)

Grungy Fractal Tree Photoshop Patterns (8 patterns)

Grungy Circles Photoshop Patterns (8 patterns)

Free Grungy Gold Seamless Patterns (4 patterns)

Vivid Red Tileable Patterns (9 patterns)

Grungy Hearts and Flowers Patterns (8 patterns)

Grungy Stripes Photoshop Patterns Part 2 (6 patterns)

Grungy Green Tileable Photoshop Patterns (10 patterns)

Grunge Patterns (9 patterns)

Grungy Natural Beige Photoshop Patterns Part 3 (6 patterns)

Seamless Grungy Burgundy Patterns Part 2 (9 patterns)

Grungy Teal Tileable Patterns (6 patterns)

Free Seamless Pixel Patterns – Grunge Stripes (8 patterns)

Free Seamless Grungy Green Patterns (3 patterns)

Grungy Beige Photoshop Patterns (6 patterns)

Tileable Grunge Textures (9 patterns)

To turn this set into a .pat file, simple drag the desired image into Photoshop and go to Edit>Define Pattern and you’re ready to use it as a tileable pattern.

If you are not sure how to go about using these patterns or have any questions at all, feel free to ask in the comment section.

Written by Shawn Ramsey

When I’m not brewing my own beer or hiking through the local National Forest, I’m busy building a more beautiful web.

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  1. designi1 February 18, 2010 at 9:27 am #

    Seems you´ve here really nice patterns!! i´ll saved it and give it a try when i needed them!! :P

    • Shawn Ramsey February 18, 2010 at 4:15 pm #

      I’m glad you found it useful. Thanks designi1!

  2. Cynthia Rowe February 18, 2010 at 11:17 am #

    Nice collection! The grunge look seems to be making a comeback. Thanks for the roundup!

  3. Sabine February 19, 2010 at 12:06 am #

    Great grungy collection, thank you for including my patterns in it!

  4. Hazel Marie August 26, 2010 at 8:46 pm #

    Indeed! Wonderful collection. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Techno Lab Design November 9, 2010 at 4:34 am #

    Nice grunge collection.
    Will use some of the patterns in our online projects.

  6. designer21 October 3, 2011 at 10:53 pm #

    thanks for the free patterns. keep it up tut!

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