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Hand-drawn Restaurant Icon Set

This is a hand-drawn restaurant icon set with text descriptions for usage in menu cards, packaging, and more.

These icons can give a quick overview on what's in a certain food or menu item or inside a product package, and what isn't. Inspired by the need to include all sorts of hints and warnings to food items. Me, I'm always on the lookout for whole organic foods with a little spice added. Go combine that now. ;)

Here's what you get when you purchase the Hand-drawn Restaurant Icon Set:

  • 26 different hand-drawn icons
  • a text description for each of the icons
  • icons representing: mild, hot, very hot, gluten-free, egg-free, soy-free, vegetarian, vegan, whole grain, fair trade, free range, peanut-free, nut-free, dairy-free, gmo-free, sugar-free, oil-free, halal, kosher, low fat, low carb, low calorie, decaf, organic, raw, no preservatives.
  • easy to rearrange and edit items (vector graphics)
  • Some of the icons come with several alternatives to choose from, all in all this package contains over 50 vector graphics.

Technical Details: Icons are provided in AI (CS6) and EPS (10) format. You'll get fully editable, scalable vectors. The full set is built with Adobe Illustrator CS6. Also included are text samples with descriptions from my font Walpurga (https://creativemarket.com/JuliaBausenhardt/60734-Walpurga-Regular).

Enjoy! If you like these icons, I'd be very happy if you would like or recommend them here or elsewhere. Or just: Get them now. :)

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