Today I have a really nice set of free rust and concrete textures from an old stone wall down by the sea. The textures are dark and gloomy with a lot of details and rust bleeding from the cast iron in the walls.

The grunge effect from the cracked concrete walls are perfect for creating backgrounds for your designs and photographs. You can even use them to create grunge brushes in Photoshop like shown in the video tutorial below.

I did not do too much with the textures in post-processing, other than sharpening the color and contrast along with some minor things. The images below are high res, over 20Mb per image. So you might want to scroll down to the bottom of the post and use the download link to get all the textures in one zip file from dropbox to save some time.

I hope you like them and please let me know what you think. Enjoy!

Download Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Free Rust and Concrete Textures

Download all textures as ZIP from Dropbox.com (223 Mb)

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