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This article is about the specific update to textures which took place in Java Edition 1.14 and Bedrock Edition 1.10.0. For an extensive history of block texture changes throughout the game's lifetime, see History of textures.
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Jasper Boerstra Mojang avatar

WHAT IS JAPPA DOING TO MY MINECRAFT?
Changing the textures! Except for a few, like the Creeper.
Across all versions? YEP, both on Java and Bedrock. You cannot escape my sweet, sweet textures.

When? Soon! In the Beta Resource Pack, where all my beloved pixels live.

Jasper "JAPPA" Boerstra[1]

The Texture Update is an update released in Java Edition 1.14,[2] Bedrock Edition 1.10.0,[3] and PlayStation 4 Edition 1.90 (with further amendments in Bedrock Edition 1.17.10, as well as minor revisions in subsequent major updates for textures which were left behind). The update changes most of the textures in the game,[4] except for a few iconic textures like the creeper. The textures were developed primarily by JAPPA (Jasper Boerstra). The original textures (with the exception of leather horse armor) are available as a resource pack/texture pack built in-game‌[Java Edition only] or as a separate download‌[Bedrock Edition only] (named "Programmer Art" in Java Edition, and "Classic Textures" in Bedrock Edition).[5][6]

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