Movie Icon Set (PSD Source, PNG, JPG)

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Today, we present yet another freebie — a free set of icons related to movies and television, designed by Samuray1 and released for Smashing Magazine and the design community. The icons are available in six different sizes as transparent PNG files, JPG files as well as Photoshop PSD source files. The icons are released under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

Movie Icon Set2

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You can use this icon set freely for commercial and personal projects. Please link to this release post if you want to spread the word.

Description

Perhaps you’d like to showcase your interests in your portfolio, or perhaps an obscure indie filmmaker has asked you to put up a small site for their upcoming movie. Or maybe you are organizing a party and would like to invite your good ol’ friends or colleagues to a movie evening. Eventually you might end up looking for a set of original cinema or TV-related icons, and purchasing generic stock icons isn’t really an option. In these (and hopefully many other) cases, this icon set might be useful.

This set contains 10 images related to film, movies and the movie-going experience. Each icon is available in six sizes: its original size, 256×256px, 128×128px, 64×64px, 32×32px and 16×16px. The icons included are:

  • Ticket
  • Anaglyph Glasses
  • Camera
  • Cinema Seat
  • Clapperboard
  • Soft Drink
  • Film Reel
  • Megaphone
  • Popcorn
  • TV Set

The icons are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license6. You are free to distribute, transform, fiddle with and build them into your work, even commercially. However, please always credit the original designer of the set (in this case, Nikolay Kuchkarov).

Free Movie Icon Set7

Behind The Design

As always, here are some insights from the designer:

“My inspiration was the Academic Icon Set8. I saw this amazing set and decided to make my own, and today I am honored to share the results with you all. This icon set is the result of about a month of work, and I hope that you will love it!”

— Nikolay Kuchkarov

Also, you can watch the video of the design process for the icons below:

Making of Clapperboard icon9 from Samuray1310 on Vimeo1411.

Making of Popcorn box icon12 from Samuray1310 on Vimeo1411.

Thanks, Nikolay! We sincerely appreciate your time and efforts!

(jc) (vf)

Footnotes

  1. 1 http://dribbble.com/SAMURAY
  2. 2 http://www.smashingmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Full_preview.jpg
  3. 3 http://www.smashingmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Full_preview.jpg
  4. 4 http://provide.smashingmagazine.com/Freebies/movie-icon-set-JPG-PNG.zip
  5. 5 http://provide.smashingmagazine.com/Freebies/movie-icon-set-JPG-PNG-PSD.zip
  6. 6 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
  7. 7 http://www.smashingmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Full_preview.jpg
  8. 8 http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2012/06/18/freebie-academic-icon-set-10-png-psd-icons/
  9. 9 http://vimeo.com/44571200
  10. 10 http://vimeo.com/samuray
  11. 11 http://vimeo.com
  12. 12 http://vimeo.com/44610555
  13. 13 http://vimeo.com/samuray
  14. 14 http://vimeo.com

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  1. 1

    Great icons and interesting process!

  2. 2

    Great icons… thanks! :)

  3. 3

    Thanks for making the icons available as a freebies, but I really like seeing the process. Thanks for taking the time to put together the videos.

  4. 4

    Thanks for the set! They look fantastic. Also, it’s great that you even shared with us how you did it too! Love it.

  5. 5

    I have a daughter with severe autism she cannot talk or read. She is 13 years old and her school The Morgan Center is having its annual gala I am co chairing the event and I am doing the Hollywood theme. I am taking anything that is free or can be used as an auction item or advertising. Thank you so much for the freebee!!!

  6. 6

    @Gianni, @Pradeep, @Leo, @Robin, @Jan Kasahara Thx guys, i really appreciate it.

  7. 7

    I love this movies Icons but I need another Icons than bigger then this, how can I find?

  8. 8

    Hello:

    I love your icons!! I have been trying to learn from them. However, I am stuck and hoping you would help me out. in the TV icon under the TV Tuner group you have a Fill layer (Highlight Top) that is Clipped to the Top Shape. It is set to 50% Opacity on the layer. I cannot for the life of me figure out what you did to get the texture on the layer.

    Also, the Highlight Bottom layer has me rather stumped. When I Ctrl + Click to load a selection in order to see the shape I cannot figure out why the selection is so much smaller than the effect of the shape.

    What I have tried is … making a circle and then another set to subtract mode and then a rectangle set to subtract shape to end up with a semicircle that I fill with a gradient and then I have tried to apply blurs but it only comes somewhat close.

    I have loaded my shape as a selection and tried to modify it.

    I have tried many different things to no avail for both layers. I would love it and very much appreciate it if you could explain how you made them : )

    TY in advance!!

    • 9

      sorry, i got the name of the layers wrong the 1st one i refer to is actually called: Layer 17 and the other one is called: Color Fill 6’s Inner Bevel Highlights. : ) i forgot i had renamed the layers.

  9. 10

    Pleassssssssssssssssssse Heeeelllllpppppp!! Please? I would really love to be able to learn how you made the Color Fill 6′s Inner Bevel Highlights.

    • 11

      This is Kara … still trying to figure things out.

      I have gotten close. I’ve been able to make the needed shape. That was the easy part but I can’t quite figure out how you Filled the shape. The angle of the gradient and the type of gradient has me stuck. Also, I think you used the Mosaic Filter but still not sure how exactly. Would still love to hear from ya :)

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