It’s Friday and a good day to share a new set of grunge textures that you can add to your arsenal. Today I have a set of 12 grunge highpass and lowpass textures from an old and cracked stone wall. I couldn’t decide on which version to give you, so I decided to upload both the white and black ones.

The originals are the high pass ones (white), but when I inverted the textures (black) they looked amazing as well. I see these being used as backgrounds and overlays to create a worn and vintage effect to your photos and designs. The textures are pretty large, ranging from 10 mb to 20 Mb each. As always you can download them all via Dropbox from the link at the bottom of the post. I hope you find good use for these images in your future work. Enjoy!

Free Grunge High Pass Textures

Grunge High Pass Texture

Grunge High Pass Texture

Grunge Highpass and Lowpass Textures

Grunge High Pass Texture

Grunge High Pass Texture

Grunge High Pass Texture

Free Grunge Low Pass Textures

These are the same textures as above, inverted to black but with higher contrast to make them darker.

Free Grunge Low Pass Texture

Free Grunge Low Pass Texture

Free Grunge Low Pass Texture

Grunge Highpass and Lowpass Textures

Free Grunge Low Pass Texture

Free Grunge Low Pass Texture

Download all textures as ZIP from Dropbox.com (185 Mb)

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