Graphic designers have been using various patterns and textures to create amazing artworks that act a design element for a bigger design. Sometimes they also can be placed as the background of the overall print or web design. Use of geometrical patterns and shapes can help you create some really professional outputs.
Another use of such patterns is to create a puzzle that too can act as a background texture. Here are such different puzzle patterns that you can look at for inspiration or even download the printable puzzles and use them in your design. These patterns range from a simple geometrical design put together to a vector circle puzzle.
If you are thinking of creating or using a puzzle of lego blocks as your background, then here you can see and decide how the look of each block is going to be in your design. These blocks can be arranged in a certain way to show a text or message through the design, or even artwork.
Here is a free download of four different puzzle patterns revolving around the simple design of a heart. The heart patterns can serve as the cover design of a greeting card or a party invitation.
When you hear puzzle, the first thing that comes to mind is a jigsaw puzzle with the conventional extracts and extends that fit perfectly with a given puzzle piece. Here is a blank template of 130 such pieces put together in a size of 4500 x 3465 pixels, and a resolution of 300 dpi.
Here is an actual layout of a jigsaw puzzle with a floral print on top as the cover image. The design is a 3D rendering of the flower growing through a flower pot. The images and puzzle pieces can be isolated easily through the jpeg image using Photoshop.
Here is a high-quality vector graphic illustration of different colored pieces of a puzzle. This download is available in various sizes for you to choose from. Check out this cool background texture on ShutterStock.
This is a set of colorful and isolated puzzle pieces that you can download and use for personal designs and artwork. You can download the ornamental pattern from GraphicRiver from the below-mentioned link.
If you are looking for a simple 3D rendering of isolated puzzle pieces then this might be of some use to you. Otherwise just check it out for getting the basic idea of how to create the 3D look in your design using a different perspective.
Here is another outlined pattern of a jigsaw puzzle set. This transparent vector illustration is available on ShutterStock and can be downloaded in various sizes in a high-resolution print.
This is quite an interesting representation of puzzle pieces. The name of the design is called Jiggy Puzzler and is fully editable using the PSD file and comes with 4 different versions of the pattern.
Here is a simple yet unique pattern of a quilt. You can see how repeating designs over a small block can end up creating a bigger and better design altogether.
The use of pattern if kept to the theme of the design can create amazing design elements. While most of these were themed around the jigsaw puzzle, there are a few examples of patterns of geometry or other simple elements like a flower which gives you a brilliant puzzle floral pattern that maybe you can use for advertising you florist client.