Open-Source Icons

The great news is that the number of choices for open source icons has continued to grow. There are a variety of icons sets for designers and developers to incorporate into their projects and applications.


Steven Garrity has launched the Tango Project which is a set of icon style and naming guidelines for the Linux desktop. The project includes a great base set of icons licensed under the CC Share Alike

Brent Simmons post from May 2002 attrached a number of great comments for sources for open-source icons.

I’ve also posted about non-open-source but very inexpensive and professional icons.

4 thoughts on “Open-Source Icons”

  1. Salam alikoum, I think it is good idea and i like it… because many free icons stocks don't allow the commercial uses of their icons, thenks.

  2. Salam alikoum,
    I think it is good idea and i like it…
    because many free icons stocks don't allow the commercial uses of their icons,
    thenks.

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