Noupe Editorial Team September 12th, 2017

Free Pictograms: Beautiful Photo Books With the Travel Icons Set

In democratic countries, our expectations when it comes to Belarus aren't all that high. Still, you should know about the Travel Icon Set from Studio Agente.

Classic Icons on The Topic of Vacation

The Travel Icon Set contains 60 pictograms. All symbols are available in the formats Adobe Illustrator (AI), Encapsulated Postscript (EPS), as well as SVG and PNG. This way, you can edit the icons, and scale them as high as you want to. Changes to the line width, colors, or overall complexity can be made, too.

I downloaded the pack because I'm working on a photo book covering my summer vacation. Thus, some larger icons on the topic, like flip flops, a bike, diving goggles, or a cruise ship can come in handy. If you're working on a vacation photo book as well, I can recommend the set.

Of course, the professionally designed symbols are suitable for serious work too. Are you creating a website for the tourist office around the corner? Get it.

Uncomplicated Download and Large Format Variety

Downloading and using the Travel Icon Set is free. However, you have to enter a valid email address on the set's website. You'll receive the download link in your inbox.

Once you've downloaded and unzipped the 2.4 megabytes large zip archive from the provider's Dropbox, you'll find two folders. One contains the icons in a monochrome line style; the other one contains the same ones in a colorful version.

Free to Use, Also For Commercial Projects

All pictograms are completely free to use, even in customer projects, as long as you stick to the license CC BY 4.0. It requires you to give proper attribution to Agente studio, from all projects that you use the icons in. When using them on the web, just place a backlink in a suitable spot, e.g., the imprint.

I haven't seen a lot of travel related icon sets. Thus, I made sure to download the Travel Icon Set and added it to my toolbox. I recommend you do the same.

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

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