Over 400 full-color SVG icons of homelab-related software, products, and brands in a normalized size. You don't have to use any of the modular webshit, you can just grab the icons you want from the assets/ directory.
Feather is a collection of simply beautiful open source icons. Each icon is designed on a 24x24 grid with an emphasis on simplicity, consistency, and flexibility.
At its core, Feather is a collection of SVG files. This means that you can use Feather icons in all the same ways you can use SVGs (e.g. img, background-image, inline, object, embed, iframe).
A large collection of icons in SVG and PNG format for applications and services. Designed with personal dashboards in mind. Download only the images you need.
Xenia, the fox girl mascot of Linux, was first designed in 1996 by Alan Mackey. She was meant to be an alternative to Tux, the official mascot. Something that would resurface in an article years later.
Select one of the Font Awesome icons. Pick a square size for it (the numerical value is always X by X). Pick a color. Download it as a PNG.
Handcrafted 3D Icons, Fully Customizable Online. Free for commercial and personal use.
Material Design Icons' growing icon collection allows designers and developers targeting various platforms to download icons in the format, color and size they need for any project. 26,000 icons and counting.
Conformal Decals adds a set of decal stickers to the game Kerbal Space Program (KSP), as well as providing a framework for creating your own decals which conform to the surface of the parts they are attached to.
This means that you can do other stuff with them, like make your own stickers and icons and suchlike. Especially interesting because it has the Semiotic Icons that were used in Alien.
Mirrored at https://github.com/drewcassidy/KSP-Conformal-Decals
License: CC-BY-SA v4.0.
I just got the pun. Heh.
A library of almost 2000 animated, scalable icons. Only about 300 are free, the rest require payment. Log in, pick the ones you want, tweak them a bit, download them to use with your own site.
Surprisingly affordable on a monthly basis.
A large collection of icons for typical self-hosted applications. Ideal for making startpages look nicer.
A web application and an API which generates randomly generated pixel monsters in SVG format. It can be used to create profile pictures. Has a REST API: https://pixelencounter.com/Api
2 requests per second, 10000 requests per 30 days per IP address.
The collaborative, web-based, massively multiplayer game Glitch began its initial private testing in 2009, opened to the public in 2010, and was shut down in 2012. It was played by more than 150,000 people and was widely hailed for its original and highly creative visual style.
The entire library of art assets from the game, has been made freely available, dedicated to the public domain. (CC0)
Pagan hashes input strings to generate unique avatar images intended for use as profile pictures in web applications. These images can be used to replace default user images for new accounts, or to enhance comment sections by visually representing a user's IP address or username as an 8-bit-like character sprite and not a random blob of pixels (ala the drunken bishop algorithm).
Give this site an image file and it'll generate new style favicons. It also generates the relevant HTML code and meta tags.
Classic video game sprites of all kinds can be found here. They make great icons.
Over one million (and counting) royalty-free icons for just about any project. Searchable. Not just emoji, logos, symbols, and universal glyphs are part of this archive. Download what you need. Customizable. Even has an API so it can be used in interactives.
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