EpicPxls has a great set of Social Media icons in vector format, free to download here.
The camera icons come in AI, EPS, SVG, PNG and PSD format.
Be sure to check out the thousands of Vandaley Design’s PSDs, vector art, textures, templates and other resources—all affordably priced starting at just $10 per month.
Icons8 has made available a pack of 300+ flat color icons, free for commercial and personal use.
The icons come in PDF, PNG and SVG (vector, opened in Adobe Illustrator or other app that supports SVG) format.
Download the free icons here, and be sure to check out all their other great work while you’re there.
Stuart Hall offers an interesting look at the colors of app icons on iOS and the Mac in this article. Blue, by far, is the most popular color; but if you want to stand out from the crowd, purple is probably the coolest color to go with! I’m actually surprised at how few apps use the pink/purple hues.
One can never have too much vector art, I always say. Today I have an exclusive set of Communications vector icons courtesy of Vector4Free.
The pack is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License and includes 36 colorful icons you can use in your web or print design projects.
You can download the vector pack here.
Brusheezy has made this set of 36 cloud computing icons available for free, exclusively for Graphic Mac readers. Not only are these icons provided in PNG and PSD format, but fully editable vector format.
Brusheezy offers a host of design resources, focusing primarily on Photoshop brushes, patterns and textures. Lately, they’ve added PSDs to the mix. If the site looks familiar, it’s because I’ve shared artwork in the past from their companion site Vecteezy.
This free icon pack from Brusheezy is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
I told you FlatIcon was the one Photoshop plugin you should absolutely be using back in March. It’s so convenient. When I updated to Adobe Creative Cloud 2014, the Photoshop plugin stopped working.
Thankfully, the folks over at FlatIcons have recently updated the FlatIcon plugin to work with the latest version of Photoshop.
All is right with the world again!