About Brusheezy

Stupid Name. Cool Brushes!

Brusheezy is the place to share your free Photoshop brushes and other Photoshop-related resources. Here you can explore and discuss the creations of other artists from around the world, or just find that perfect little freebie for your next Photoshop project. Brusheezy makes it easy to explore thousands of resources created by artists from all over the globe. All the resources are free to download and, depending on the license, free to use in your projects.

Sharing is fun and easy

If you are looking for a place to share and promote your Photoshop brushes or other types of Photoshop-related resources, Brusheezy gets more than 1.2 million visitors a month to ensure lots of attention for your creations. The thousands of active members on Brusheezy also create a community of like-minded people to discuss your resources with and to receive feedback from. If you so choose, you can license your resource with Brusheezy’s Creative Commons license wizard – giving you fine-grained control over how your files are used.


In late 2006, Shawn had a problem: as a graphic designer, he was looking for a few good Photoshop brushes and Photoshop patterns to extend one of his designs. After trying to find a website where he could quickly and easily find and download brushes, he was disappointed by the lack of options – everything was either ugly and hard to use, only focused on selling content, or only had a very limited selection available. So he decided to build his own personal index of free Photoshop brushes, and thus Brusheezy was born.

After a few months, it was clear that the demand had outgrown the abilities of the intial prototype, and so Shawn collaborated with Kennon to build a cleaner and more feature-rich version that could also handle the increased load. Since then the community has grown in leaps and bounds, gaining hundreds of new artists and thousands of brushes.

In 2010, Jonathan and Erin joined the team to help set in motion the new version of Brusheezy that would extend the site to other Photoshop-related resources and would focus on bringing the community together.