Exclusive Freebie: “Funkies Patterns”

We’re excited to bring you another great free resource to our expanding collection of freebies here on WDD.

This one is called “Funkies Patterns” and includes 10 amazing psychedelic/retro pattern designs that you can use in Photoshop.

The patterns were designed exclusively for WDD by Kendra Gainez (also known as Kgainez).

She’s a talented 22 year old designer from Virginia who’s committed to helping individuals foster modern design techniques and infinite amounts of creativity.

Visit her blog for more Photoshop resources and tutorials or you can follow her on Twitter

The files are free to use for both personal and commercial use. More about the licensing is included in the download file. Enjoy!

Please enter your email address below and click the download button. The download link will be sent to you by email, or if you have already subscribed, the download will begin immediately.

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  • http://www.depcore.pl Adam

    I really like the last two in the preview image. Thanks for the freebie.

  • http://trafficcoleman.com/ TrafficColeman

    Very unusual patterns..but they still looks great..

    “Black Seo Guy “Signing Off”

  • http://fairheadcreative.com Adam Fairhead

    Not bad! Thanks for the share.

  • http://www.quarryplant.net Crusher

    Adam: I really like the last two in the preview image. Thanks for the freebie.

    and me too…

  • http://rt-now.com/ robb

    The funk is back..!

  • http://i-sleeper.blogspot.com/ isleep

    Thank a lot

    i download it now

  • http://momentanaufnahme.patlkli.org/ Momentanaufnahme

    These patterns look well designed and really useful. Especially the grey one with the thin, colorful lines on it catched my attention.

    Thank you for sharing this great freebie!

  • http://www.veztekusa.com Faraz

    quite different patterns ,i like the diagonal lines pattern on black background.
    thankx for sharing

  • http://alivefrommaryhill.net stephen murdoch

    does anyone have the .pat files in a format that can be opened in Ubuntu on inkscape or Gimp?