Scratched dark grunge texture, retro backgrounds

Blue scratched texture, green retro background and red scratched wall texture, three high resolution graphics. The look is based on the same idea, with different colors, contrast and other details. A nice materials for grungy retro designs, for both web and print works.
Similar graphics – black grunge background and grunge sky background.

scratched texture

Resolution: 4000×3000 px
Large previews (1280x1024px):
Blue scratched texture
Green retro background
Red scratched wall texture
Size: 1,35 to 3,25 MB
Format: JPG
Color theme: blue, black, green, yellow, red
Keywords: grunge backgrounds with a lof of copy space for retro designs (web and print – flyers, cards, invitations, banners etc.), hi-res graphics created with Photoshop
Author: PSD Graphics

retro background

scratched wall texture

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  1. I Just don’t know what to say…. You’re amazing, keep up the good and selfless work. Will surely promote you on my works

  2. Thank you so much for these beautiful, wonderful, amazing, anything what can i say.. THanks for this website and who made this the staff, the author, the web team, thank you.. big big help.. goodluck and more power for this site. amazing quality..

  3. I like the scratched look and, of course, the grungy varigated coloration. I have PSP Photo X2 and have tried playing around in it to make similar backgroundware but I guess I need a lot more practise at technique ’cause my attempts fell shy. You deserve a high five for the excellent work and your generosity. Thanks so much!

  4. excellent website, thanks to the author for giving this graphics for free and what a nice good looking modern graphics, all i have seen here in is pure quality

    thanks again


  5. These are cool, thanks.

    The second one reminds me of when I was younger and would fill an entire page with all of the crayon colors that I had (which made the paper black) and then I/we’d scratch designs into the multi-wax-layered page. It was a cool effect.