Your website is in for a complete makeover with these great free icons. Make sure you understand the licensing agreement before you use them, though.
Communication technology has definitely boomed over the last couple of years, and now there are lots of cool 3D icons you can use to keep up. For both commercial and personal use, the standard sizes and the 3D Max versions are on the web for free downloading.
Aha-Soft has brought out a whole line of free androids. Just about any space creature or robot is there. All you have to do is go find them.
Although it’s not the only one out there, this set of Aesthetica icons is a definite winner. These icons will really animate the right websites and blogs. Best of all, they’re all free, although you can buy commercial licenses, too.
These 177 icons will help designers with a number of concepts. They’re available in 48 pixel size.
All kinds of things need icons- bar graphs, calendars, clocks, contacts, mail, etc. These icons come in PBG format and they have vector files for Firefox.
Lots of Muslim art and architecture for Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems are found here. Do not use these icons in a way that could be offensive, directly or indirectly.
Here are all those familiar web icons, except now they look earthy and textured. They are in PNG format at 320×320 pixel resolutions.
Here you’ll find other popular icons in a hand-drawn format- Gmail, Heart icon, Furl, Google, Flickr, Feedburner, FriendFeed, Facebook, Blinklist, Linked IN, Last FM, Newsvine, Magnolia, Paypal, Sphinn, Twitter, Skype, Yahoo, YouTube and Vimeo.
In PNG and ICO formats, these bags and boxes can be very useful for your webpage.
If you like Irish things, even if you aren’t Irish, these are the icons for your blog.
512×512 pixels in resolution, these stamp icons are attractively old-style.
Your website should reflect who you are, and if that’s a diehard fan of Vista aero styles then you should get some of these 135 Vista aero icons for your personal use.
All 135 of these elegant Japanese-style icons could be yours. “Yoritsuki” refers to a fictional Japanese inn.
Cold blue and semi-transparent, these nine icons are formatted in PNG and you can utilize them however you like.
It’s time for a new Twitter bird, don’t you think? Everybody has the round one. You can step out of the mainstream with these four cubical birds in resolutions of up to 256×256 pixels.