#Design

Pattern Wallpaper

Jonathon Skye February 12April 1st, 2021
Pattern Wallpaper
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Art Metal

Dark metal framing closeup image by Andrew Childress.
Available size: 6000x4000px

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Abstract Oils

Abstract oil paint in water image Paweł Czerwiński from Poland.
Available size: 4000x6000px

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Purple Inks

Stripes and Ink, by Alex Perez.
Available size: 7000x3500px

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Abstract Oils 2

Abstract oil paint in water image Paweł Czerwiński from Poland.
Available size: 4000x6000px

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White Sands

White and wavy beach sands image by Sumner Mahaffey
Available size: 4000x6000px

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Nightvision Garden

A natural leaves pattern, infrared image by Omid Armin in Iran.
Available size: 4000x6000px

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Waves

Ocean waves in motion. By Dave Hoefler.
Available size: 4000x6000px

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Japan

Japanese ornaments at a temple in Osaka, Japan. Image by Alberto Triano.
Available size: 4000x6000px

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Electro Fence

An electric colored fencing arrangement by Paweł Czerwiński.
Available size: 4000x6000px

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Dark Leaves

Dark leaves in a garden image by Emre.
Available size: 4000x6000px

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Pink Tiles

Symmetrical pink tiles on a wall by Annie Spratt.
Available size: 4000x6000px

What is Unsplash

You may already be familiar with Unsplash. The “free” photo phenomenon started in Canada by the team from Crew.co. Unsplash is a stock photo sharing site under the Unsplash license. The site has over 207,000 photographers and generates over 17 billion images per month in a growing library of over 2 million photos. Unsplash has been named one of the top photography websites in the world.

Unsplash allows photographers to upload photos to their website, which are then curated by a team of photo editors. The permissive copyright terms for its photographs have caused Unsplash to become one of the largest providers of photographs on the Internet,[7] with its members’ photographs often appearing on article pages. However, its decision to discontinue the use of the “zero” creative legacy license in 2017 drew criticism, as it resulted in about 200,000 images. The Unsplash license is incompatible with Creative Commons licenses, preventing its use on sites like Wikipedia.

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