Archive for Icons
Twitterrific 5 has been released! Nearly everything has been rethought and refocused on simply reading your tweets as well as making things easier and more fluid overall, while still being Twitterrific at the core. Even Ollie, our bluebird mascot has been refined. I hope you enjoy it!
It’s probably pretty obvious that I love animation but some of my favorites as I’ve been growing up have always been the works of Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki. To have some fun and celebrate all their wonderful influence and my admiration, I’ve made some desktop icons and wallpapers based on characters and objects from the various movies. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have enjoyed the movies and if you have seen the movies, go watch them now! Really, go now!
I’ve just finished up some really fun icon illustrations of popular heroes and villains, if you’re ready for a battle on your desktop of epic proportions, go grab the icons over at the Iconfactory!
I’ve always wanted to do a steampunk inspired icon set, but steampunk is known for it’s incredibly detailed styling and mixtures of textures and creative contraptions (all of which add up to a sizable amount of time to plan out each icon). I finally dived into it and made this small set of hard drive icons and wallpapers for your desktop.
See, that didn’t take long, did it? Another set of Flurry icons, rounding (or should I say, squaring up) the set with some additional requests and misc designs that you can use on folders. Grab the latest set from the Iconfactory.
I’ve released a big update to the always popular Flurry icons. It includes a bunch of application icon replacements and other fun icons. I’ve still got a big list of more updates to do in the future so if I haven’t gotten to your favorite application yet, it probably won’t be too long. You can download the new set from the Iconfactory.
I’ve updated my Riceball emoticons with extra cuteness and transparent edges so they work on any background. They’re geared toward being used on iChat for Mac OS X, but you’re free to use them anywhere you want (business or personal) as long as you provide credit. Enjoy them!