The web is rich with creative and amazing icon sets, and one of the most unusual source of amazing Icons Sets are those you can find on deviantART icons gallery. Today we would like to present 40 incredible icon sets which you can use for your web designs or your desktop. Let’s take a close look at some of the most beautiful icon sets we’ve found on deviantART. Some amazing Icon Sets are missing? Let us know!
1) Realistic Icons – 3 Icons in PNG + ICO format.
2) Onibari light – Formats are Png’s,Ico’s and Icns’s…
3) Leopar’d IconPackager – An IconPackage for Apple’s new Leopard theme.
4) Adobe CS 2.0 Grande Icon Set– This is the large set of Adobe Creative Suite Icons.
5) Glossy Member Icons – Glossy Member Icons…4 PNG Files…Easy to change colors…
6) Oxygen– Are as light and airy as their name suggests. Beautiful transparency effects make these icons stylish, graceful, and especially gorgeous set against a dark background.
7) iPhone Pack– iPhone icon pack (
Phone, Text, Chat, iPod, Notes, System)
8 ) isabi – Includes icons for most Adobe applications, Microsoft Office 2008 as well as a few extras in 16, 32, 48, 128, 256 and 512 pixel sizes.
9) Helix icons
12) TextEdit – A replacement icon for TextEdit, Notepad.
13) Paper Clip – icon size 512x512px in png
16) ALL ICONS pack “limewire…”– 500*500 PIXELS – LEOPARD AND VISTA
17) Adobe CS3 full pack– 256×256 png. & ico.
19) Apple Mail Icons
20) Windows Icons V1 – Custom Windows XP / Vista Icon pack.
21) HP Dock Icon Set– Light Icons Set. Simple and clean for the websites.
24) Eternal Black
25) Yeti Box 2
26) Grzanka’s Icons– Icons 128×128 – made in Photoshop – completly in Vector Masks with Layer Style Effects
27) ICON: EverGreen
28) Drop Box Icon
30) Documents Icon
31) Ferrari Gauge
33) Light Icons– Light Icons Set. Simple and clean for the websites.
36) Yoritsuki icons
37) Mailbox Icon – Includes both icon and png format in 512px size.
38) iTunes Dock Icons– 512×512 px.
39) D-Squared 2008
40) Site Works
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