If you’ve been living under a design rock and you’re not sure what bokeh even means, here you go: “In photography, bokeh is the blur, or the esthetic quality of the blur, in out-of-focus areas of an image.” Straight from Wikipedia! Basically, as far as Internet design trends go, in layman’s terms, blurry background lights are in, baby!
You can download these bokeh textures directly from Caleb’s blog post in the form of a zip package, or you can browse them individually here and pick which ones you want to use for your projects. I personally don’t like downloading zip packages of textures and other stock footage because my computer gets so damn cluttered sometimes. So, browse away. Simply click an image you want to download and you’ll be linked to an enlarged version of it. And thanks, Caleb!