Free Photoshop Brushes And Patterns Resource for Graphic Designers


Once you get beyond the basics in Adobe Photoshop, as a graphic designer you are always on the look- out for great Photoshop resources that will enhance your web designs or print media graphic designs for your customers and clients.   So, finding a site that provides free high quality Photoshop Brushes, Background Patterns and Textures in order for you to utilize is like finding gold!  These tools will save you time in overall graphic production  and assist you in designing professional  and high quality graphic designs for web and print, and of course, even artwork.  It’s a great boon to find these tools in a good economy, but it becomes even more vital in a tough one.

I’m including the site’s own description of what they have to offer and what they are all about in their own words…

“Brusheezy is a community that provides a place for artists to create and exchange Photoshop Brushes, Photoshop Patterns, Textures, Actions, Shapes and other design resources related to Photoshop.”

I believe this is a site run by the same free vector art resource, Vecteezy.  In any case, you might want to consider getting additional data storage for all the goodies you are going to want to download.  But I would suggest you build up your library slowly, downloading the tools that will have the broadest application to your designs. (Disclosure: There is no affiliate interest in this site.  I happened to like the site and think it has great resources for designers providing tools that I may mention in my own future video tutorials.)


Brusheezy Website

Samples of the tools and resources they offer:

Photoshop Brushes

Photoshop Patterns

Photoshop Textures













Photo Credit: Palette icon designed by LazyCrazy

About richmediadp

I'm a freelance graphic designer working out of Orange County, CA - USA. I work with small and mid sized companies to develop creative solutions for their design problems from print collateral to online graphics.

Posted on August 8, 2011, in Print Media and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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