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Inspiration For Designers – The 30 Stunning Patterns In Nature

12 October 2009 4 Comments

Creativity always rules, but for thinking beyond the general people there is need of food of inspiration. Photoshop users can save themselves a great deal of time and end up with better results by taking inspiration from nature.
Nature-Patterns
Here we have listed the 30 patterns seen in flowers, plants and animals. These are the patterns created by the supreme power. Click on the images for original and larger view.

Arctic Char

Arctic-Char

Back Lit Leaf

back-lit-leaf

Boa Scales

Boa-Scales

Bright Feathers

Bright-Feathers

Calla Lily Detail

calla-lily-detail

Castor Bean Leaf

castor-bean-leaf

Claret Cup Cactus

claret-cup-cactus

Coleus CloseUp

coleus-close-up

Elephant Skin

Elephant-Skin

Fern Pattern

fern-pattern

Flower Spores

flower-spores

Giraffe Spots

Giraffe-Spots

Green Leaf

Green-Leaf

Hair Cap Moss

hair-cap-moss

Hairpin Banksia

hairpin-banksia

Hibiscus Petals

hibiscus-petals

Jaguar Skin

Jaguar

Lobelia Plant

lobelia-plant

Manteca Grapevine

manteca-grapevine

Moth Wings

Moth-Wings

Palm Frond Pattern

palm-frond-pattern

Picotee Pansies

picotee-pansies

Prickly Pear Cactus

prickly-pear-cactus

Puffer Fish Eye

Puffer-Fish-Eye

Red Tulips

red-tulips

Sunflower Florets

sunflower-florets

Water Lily Flower

water-lily-flower

Wet Cheetah Fur

Wet-Cheetah-Fur

Zebra Skin

Zebra

Zinnia Hybrid

zinnia-hybrid

4 Comments »

  • Erm... said:

    …and these are royalty free?

  • Lauren said:

    These are great, but I doubt that “Manteca Grapevine” is naturally occurring.

  • DA Ravi said:

    Wow! very veautiful thank you

  • Patty said:

    Thanks for sharing this naturally beautiful collection of tutorials! For those who design for prepress, there is a tutorial on how to save a file for prepress in Illustrator at http://bit.ly/uF2qlm/

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