Help your next design blossom with 64 FREE full-bloom, individual, and on-trend flower photos.
Searches on Shutterstock for flower-centric keywords like “live wall” and “flowerscape” have been steadily increasing. That’s why we’re predicting the floral-forward In Full Bloom look will be a major Creative Trend in 2020. These aren’t delicate flowers embroidered on silk – they’re loud, bright, and all-encompassing.
To help you add the In Full Bloom trend to your designs, we’re giving away 64 high-quality photos of several types of flowers. 175MB of bold and beautiful blooms, and with transparent backgrounds to maximize versatility for any design, print or digital.
Below, we’ve shared a few ways to use these these transparent floral images. Of course, you could just drop them onto any image for a bit of flair, but if you go just a bit further, you’ll begin to see how many ways these images can be used.
How to Download The Free Flower Images Pack
Downloading these 64 free flower images is simple. Just click on the button below for direction to your download. Then, double-click the ZIP file to unpackage its contents and you’ll see all the flowers neatly labeled.
By downloading this free Flower Images pack, you agree not to resell or redistribute these assets.
Accents, Elements, and Borders
As standalone images, you can create your own virtual bouquets. These images are PNG files, with transparent backgrounds and tight clipping. That means all you see is flowers – no background to deal with or remove yourself.
Add some organic ingredients to a skin care brand.Image via F8 studio
Just drag and drop the images onto your canvas, in any layout or design app, and stack and arrange them however you want. For example, you can turn them around, flip them, or change the orientation for an easy, colorful wreath.
A simple colorful wreath can serve as a holiday card, or add text and info for a summer festival invitation.
You can also use them sparingly, as accents. This will allow you to spruce up an image without overtaking it. You can use the flowers to get a bold, but subtle look at the same time.
Or just do weird stuff. Image via AS photo studio
Apart from using them on an image, use the flowers to create an interplay with your typography. Use masking and layers to add further depth to a flat headline.
Drop shadows, hard or soft, can be used to change the perspective of a typography-centric design without resorting to supporting images – which saves you from having to work out whether the image supports the text or if it overtakes it. Make the letters and flowers intertwine for interesting looks.
Use the flowers as drop-cap accents. You can even create lettering with a bunch of little flowers lined up to make words.
Free Flower Images as Patterns
Arrange the flowers in a repeating motif to create your own patterns. Go crazy mixing them up, alternating them, changing the order, or use the same one over and over. Technically speaking, you can use them to create hundreds of thousands of image combinations.
Drop these blossoms into an image with ultimate control by using masks. Draw off parts of an image to create organic borders, or containers, to add more of a patterned look. Use the component shapes and subjects of a host image to transform an image naturally, but in unexpected ways.
Create a screen projection look with a simple masked outline, to make a 3D image flat.Image via Oleg Gekman
Whether you’re completely saturating the mask area with flowers, or arranging the flowers in a geometric way to mimic a printed pattern, the areas you mask will be a great host for these so long as you follow their contours.
Add elements to anything you want with a mask. Even fashion patterns and accents.Image via Anastasiia Horova
Or, get crazy and use your own shapes overlaid on an image. You can also create an entire image strictly of masks, containing your unique patterns and arrangements of the flower images. Go nuts, they’re literally yours to enjoy.
Aside from arrangements and settings, Blend Modes in Photoshop will give you more control over the depth, color, transparency, opacity, and saturation of the flowers either in groups or individually.
Versatile looks with Blend Modes: The top row is using the Multiply blend mode on a white background. The bottom row uses the Overlay blend mode on a black background.
Mix and match all the techniques to come up with your own usage combos. The sky’s the limit and with each exploration you’ll be spreading joy, color, and life through your designs.
This is using Blend Modes, masks, and patterns to layer the shapes and the flower images, letting them mix with the elements above or below in the layer order.
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