Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack
Urban Decay Texture Pack

Urban Decay Texture Pack

Regular price $20.00

The Urban Decay texture pack demonstrates what my vacation photos look like when I visit a big city like LA, Boston or New York City. This collection contains a wide variety of gritty, grimy, worn, beaten, scuffed and scraped textures from back alleys, dumpsters, subway stations, train cars, buildings, street signs, sidewalks, etc. from the cities mentioned above as well as a few closer to my neck of the woods - Dallas, Austin, and Oklahoma City. The textures in this pack were shot with the intension of being used for distressing street art, but I've found they work great for distressing just about anything. Regardless, it doesn't hurt to beat your art once in a while...you know...show it who's boss :)

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • 50 Textures saved as Bitmap TIF and PNG files
  • Small Halftone Version of Each Texture
  • Large Halftone Version of Each Texture
  • 15 Bonus Vector Bits
  • 15 Bonus Vector Graphic Styles for Adobe Illustrator®
  • 26 Bonus Vector Design Elements
  • User Guide (pdf)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

StockMamba textures are either created by hand and scanned at 1,200 dpi or shot at 21.1 megapixels. In most cases we don't bother creating vector versions of high res textures because they can be extremely memory intensive depending on path counts. Instead, we offer a lighter alternative in "Vector Bits", or small pieces of some of the textures in the pack. You can learn more about how these lightweight options can help you speed up your productivity here. The Graphic Styles included in this pack are all constructed of repeat patterns which are great for backgrounds, web patterns, packaging, social media banners, etc.