It feel like Christmas morning going through all 3000 icons in the updated Fugue 3.0 set. Outstanding work by Yusuke Kamiyamane. They’re free with attribution and only $60 for a royalty-free license. Either way, you also get the source PSDs.
328,427 favicons scaled according to the site’s popularity. Available as a poster for decorating your nerdcave.
HTML Inspector icon by Rich Dellinger.
Icon designers for camera apps seem to have access to skills from some future time.
Sebastiaan de With has started a Flickr group for high resolution versions of iPhone and iPad icons. And speaking of nice icons, check out this beauty for Wikipanion.
Here is the “old” version:
And the beautiful, updated version:
Both the cab and the rear container are a bit beefier, the gas tank is less dainty, and the Panic badge on the front end is nice and noticeable. Interior upgrades include cup holders for your Full Throttle energy drink. The front wheels are no longer turned at an awkward, axle-bending angle and… are those Pirelli tires? Gorgeous work as always Panic!
Oh, and it still cracks me up that there’s a rear view mirror in the center of the cab. Maybe it has always been meant as a joke?
Pixel connoisseur Rogie King shows his icon design process by letting us observe as he works his magic in Fireworks. I love when people share these sorts of “how I work” pieces.
I love how the constraints of the iPhone icon shape are embraced by this design.
ADHD version: all have great qualities, but none are the answer.