600 Stroke Vector Icons

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What you get are 600 hand-crafted icons, carefully designed on a 16×16-pixel grid, sharing the same visual language. Inside you'll find generally used pictograms as well as icons for eCommerce, business, electronics, weather, emoticons etc.

Photoshop Included are 6 files, in which there are 3 sizes: (16×16, 32×32 and 64×64) and 2 color variations (black and white). As long as you keep the progression of doubles, you can easily get 128×128, 256×256 etc, without sub-pixel rendering.

Vector Limit? There is no size limit. If you aim toward really big ones, you are equipped with AI, EPS and SVG files versions as well.

Transparent PNGs For web use, you also have all the icons sliced individually in PNG 24-bit format. Included are black and white variants for each size, 16×16, 32×32 and 64×64, which in total turns out to be 3600 icons.

If you like the icons but don't like this style, check out the solid version: http://crtv.mk/hfa7

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  • Aug. 24, 2013 – Added are 80 new icons and small improvements done on a few existing ones.
  • Aug. 30, 2013 – Mayor update! Almost all icons are re-made and improved from the ground up, reaching 500 individual icons.
  • Sep. 10, 2013 – Reached 600 icons. 100 new ones are added and some existing ones are improved.

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  1. Zlatko Najdenovski
    • Shop Owner

    Thanks for the good words @Geneus. To answer @Dennis Roverts's question. The icons are done on a 16x16px canvas, so as long as you scale them by doubles, you'll always get crisp look and no sub-pixel rendering. So 32x32, 64x64, 128x128, 256x256 and you know the rest… :)

  2. Geneus

    Hey @Dennis Roverts, not sure if you figured it out eventually...? You need to make sure the "chain" UI icon in Illustrator is active when resizing your icons. It being active constrains the width and height proportions. See this link [http://i.imgur.com/LzdTxuI.png] for the icon I'm referring to. You will find it under the transform tab. Use Shift+F8 to access the transform tab.

    Alternatively, select the entire icon, go to the menu item "Object" > "Transform" > "Scale". Check "Uniform" then scale to whatever percentage you desire. Hope that helps. :)

  3. Dennis Roverts
    • Purchased

    Brilliant Icons absolutely love them, one question, is there a way to resize them without them being affected? For example when I scale some of them the proportion gets screwed up, and i've tried some advanced tricks on illustrator but none of those worked for me.



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