Seamless patterns for websites and desktops | How About Orange

June 28, 2012

Seamless patterns for websites and desktops

If it's time for a blog, desktop, or Twitter page spruce-up, take a look at the pattern gallery at repeatxrepeaty.com. Designs are contributed by artists and available to download free. There are some wacky graphics over there! Click any image to see what it looks like tiled before you apply it to your stuff. For example, heads trapped in cell phones might be exactly what you're looking for. Or not.

14 comments:

CJG said...

Thanks for sharing this! I hopped over to get that otter image, but I can't find it... I picked something else, but it was way too busy when it was tiled. I'll have to keep looking :)

Jessica Jones said...

Otters are in the second column, midway down. Also busy, though!

AnneKo said...

Wow ! This is great ! Thank you for sharing. <3

Christy said...

what an amazing collection of patterns. thank you!!

little love said...

I love these! Now to decide which to use!

Patti said...

Thanks so much for sharing! This collection is so much fun to look at.

CJG said...

I found the otters! But, they were in a different place. I wonder if they shuffle them around. Thanks again for sharing such a fun resource!

CJG said...

I just applied it and you're right, it is a busy pattern. But, I do love otters, so it's worth it. Plus, maybe it'll encourage me to keep my desktop clear of "icon clutter!" ;)

Corrisande said...

Lovely, thanks for the note :)

Wh. said...

Wow, this is an amazing collection!! Thanks so much, don't know which one to choose!

Anke said...

Your blog is such a treasure trove! Thanks for this fabulous link!

Christie Jones said...

I just grabbed the otter image too. This is awesome and I'm totally okay with how busy it is...I mean, they are otters!!! Thanks!!!

Anonymous said...

how do you tile these images? ive tried different times but can never get it right..

Jessica Jones said...

Are you wanting to tile a background on Twitter, or your computer desktop? There should be a box you check or an option you can select to "tile" your image. If you want to used it as a tiled background on a website, you'll need to specify this in code, and I'm no coder! But I bet you could do a quick Google search to learn.

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