Animal print patterns never fail in making a good impression. Be it in graphic design, web design or in product design, animal prints are a rage. In the last couple of years specifically, the demand of this genre of Square Patterns is on a steady rise. With the fast-changing choices of customers and clients alike, designers have had to work extra hard in meeting with the demands of the public. And animal prints have a huge demand in nearly all creative and artistic fields. The good part is, there exist so many varieties of animal prints, clients and customers can never say they have run out of options. As it is, designers never stop inventing patterns.
In this patterns vector there are 10 different animal print designs. There are feline patterns, spotty patterns, stripe patterns, cheetah patterns, zebra patterns, vintage wild patterns and so much more.
If you’re looking to ramp up the appearance of your project by including wildlife patterns, this collection is apt. There are a dozen patterns included in this vector – You will pattern design of bee, zebra, ladybug, tiger, giraffe alligator, leopard, fish, and worm.
Neon animal prints are a huge hit in the product design space as they are in web and graphic design. Check out this particularly impressive specimen of neon animal prints. You could use it on fabrics, products, websites, blogs etc.
Pink is the favorite color of many girls and women. Would like to see pink colored animal prints? Check out this compilation of a dozen pink animal print patterns. You can use them for making scrapbooks, invitations and greeting cards.
Check out this innovative glass animals pattern which was designed using gold and silver metallic inks. The makers took cues from cellular mutation and came up with this brilliant pattern idea!
A collection of animal prints designed in Photoshop which can play the double role of patterns and textures. In this set you will find patterns of tiger, white tiger, zebra, dalmation, plain fur, giraffe, jaguar, leopard, lynx, ocelot, snake, snow leopard, cow, and cheetah.
The pattern image may seem like an optical illusion at first, but it is in fact a stationary zebra print pattern which can be used on fabrics, products, wallpaper, or backgrounds for websites, blogs and other mediums.
Leopard prints have a huge fan following especially in the world of fashion. Take a look at this leopard prints vector featuring four different-colored variations. You could also employ them as texture in your design and artworks.
This is a very well-styled and innovative cheetah pattern. The pattern really is an up-close view of the prints on the cheetah’s skin. This sample is Very well-suited for wallpaper design and background design.
Looking for a pattern which is paws in it? Well, here it is. This very cute pattern which has animal footprints in white against an orange background is very ideal for book covers, wrapping paper. You could also use it as a texture for web design.
Animals not only deserve appreciation for their strength and powers in the wild, they need to be appreciated for the body art which they possess on their bodies. And thanks to technology we humans are able to replicate their body art and use the patterns to embellish our work of art and design.