LineArt Icons by Pixel Bazaar LIMITED FREE

Licenses Offered Standard File Types PNG, PSD, All Files File Size 15.97 MB Tileable Yes Vector Yes Dimensions 24 x 24 px 48 x 48 px

LineArt icons came out as is a result of many months of designing and experimenting with line-based pictograms. My ultimate aim was to create something distinct, so every individual pictogram consists of a combination of two line weights, thin and thick. The thick one usually encompasses the general icon shape, while the thin one further describes it visually.
 
What you'll get are 700 icons, containing many specific categories such as: web and interface, arrows, office, multimedia, electronics, food & drink, vehicles, finance & commerce, sports, camping, nature, science technology and other miscellaneous icons.
 
The file types included are: AI, EPS, SVG, PSD and PNG. The base-line grid is optimized for 24×24 px, so keeping up the progression of doubles (48×48, 96×96 etc.) will retain maximum compatibility and crisp look.
If this Ultimate pack is too big for you, there is always the "Essentials" pack to get a quick taste:https://creativemarket.com/pixelbazaar/16580-Lineart-Icons-%E2%80%94-The-Essentials
In case you like to show what you've already created with the help of this product, you can do that here:http://madewithcreativemarket.com
 
 

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