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Dellipack 2: A Free Icon Set


We are always looking for creative and talented artists and designers. Once we find them, we ask them to cooperate with us and release something for free. We provide them with the full freedom to showcase their professionalism and express their creativity. You can find our previous releases in our section Freebies1.

Smashing Icon Set2

Today we are glad to release The DelliPack 2! icon set. This second set of “delicious icons” contains 15 icons: a build icon, a home icon, an interact icon, a monitor icon, a pen icon, a phonebook icon and other icons which can be useful for both corporate and personal projects. You can use the set for free — without any restrictions whatsoever. You can also take a look at the Dellipack 1: A Free Icon Set3

The icons are available in the .png-format in the resolutions 256×256px, 128×128px, 64×64px, 48×48px, 32×32px and 16×16px. This icon set was designed by Wendell Fernandes and is now released as a gift for Smashing Magazine and its readers.

Download Icons For Free! Link

You can use the icons for private and commercial projects, blogs and web-sites for free, without any restrictions whatsoever. However, you are not allowed to sell or redistribute the icons without author’s and Smashing Magazine’s permission.

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Thank you, Wendell!

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We are regularly looking for creative designers and artists. You may not know it yet, but we might feature you in one of our upcoming posts.

If you would like to release a high-quality free font, a WordPress-theme, some wallpapers or an icon-set please contact us6 — we would like to support you (both financially and with the broad coverage on Smashing Magazine).

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    Thanks for this contribution, are a Seth of fantastics icons that can
    come brilliant like resource!

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    Excellent! I loved the first Dellipack so this second pack is definitely welcome.

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    Use! Interface nice!

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    WOW smashing are 34 subscribers away from 100,000 people !

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    interesting, but i think they are too dark

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    The zip file can not be found!

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    Very nice and very cool!

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    Thanks Again Smashing Magazine ! :)

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    i hate to gripe, seeing as this icon set is nicely designed… but wtf is up with human icons ALWAYS being white? white people are in the MINORITY on this planet. you’d think graphic design would reflect that, but apparently white skin is the ‘default’ choice for many.

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    mia–how about making your own icons w/ African American, Asian, or some other non-Caucasian skin tones? “Be the change you wish to see in this world” or some such thing….

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    Why Smashing still publish so poor quality icons?

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    You should ban posts with “FIRST!”
    So annoying… warghhh!
    It’s like they’re waiting for a new article to post “FIRST!” but it’s not usefull at all!

    Anyway, thanQ 4 the icons. I’ve put them in my Icon directory :)

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    this is really nice… good work…

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    Fernanda Prevedello

    October 2, 2008 3:50 am

    congratulations one more time Wendell!

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    A good 3 of those are from tutorials I have seen

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    Thanks again Fernanda! and all the designers. To let you all know, DelliPack 3 is coming! Stay tuned! Thanks SM for the opportunity!


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    Paulo Fagiani

    October 2, 2008 5:06 am

    Congrats Wendell! They look so great! Keep up the good work!

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    Less icons, more reference

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    Weeeeee. Icons! I JUST CLICKED 5 ADS – I love icons.

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    Finally some icons I’ll probably find use for! Awesome work, thanks!

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    @ mia (October 2nd, 2008, 1:45 am)

    “… but wtf is up with human icons ALWAYS being white? white people are in the MINORITY on this planet. you’d think graphic design would reflect that…”

    Thanks so much for suggesting that graphic design be some sort of Political Correctness propaganda. If the artist is white and wants to make white person icons—deal with it! Given their populations, if all art was required to subscribe to your ridiculous proposal, near every icon would be South or Southeast Asian. Not necessarily a problem for me, but since America and Europe are still a white majority, you’re ignoring a lot of people.

    So keep your racist gripes to yourself because you arrogance hurts the cause of all of us minorities.

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    Thanks for these icons – I can use 2 of them for my new site TIM

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    david le faucheur

    October 2, 2008 11:06 am

    Hmmmmm, so beautyfull ! It will be great on my new web project. Thanks again and again and again …..

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    It’s so gooooooooood!!!

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    @ David le Faucheur

    Thanks so much buddy.
    Let me know how your project goes!
    would love to see the good use of these icons on the web!

    thanks again!

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    “The requested URL /images/dellipack/ was not found on this server.” :(

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    It cool.

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    Great selection one more time !!!
    Thanks to share…

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    i’m tired of shiny icons

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    Thanks you SM and Wendell for this great icons.

    Freelance Developer

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    I´ve just implemented the “phonebook” on my blogroll-page (Linksammlung). It fits perfectly with both the design and the purpose – thank you so much for sharing that!

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    Thank you smashing magazine. Excellent set

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    Yea it rocks!

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    October 5, 2008 1:45 am

    Tanks for sharing !


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    Xcellent icons.. thanks buddy


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    Thanks! Any chance we can get the PSD/SVG/whatever the source files are? This allows, say, pulling a person out of the people icon, etc.. Makes them much more useful.

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    @ Jeffrey Wang.
    wow. seems i really annoyed some you. if you think it’s racist to suggest a bit of multiculturalism within the design world, then thats *your* issue. I never once suggested that Asian/ African icons should be the ‘norm’, or should be solely represented above all else.

    But I have to say that I have never seen an Asian/ African icon. My comment was simply that ‘white’ skin is seen as the ‘norm’ – which is understandable within a European context but is also certainly limited. Icons are, by their very nature, representations of ideas/ forms. Therefore an icon often subscribes to the most widely held visual metaphor representing the idea/ form. Thus, the sheer lack of African/ Asian icons makes me wonder if the designers do not question the notion that ‘white’ skin is the default, and that other skin tones are the variations. If we compare it to the way that mail icons are often represented by white envelopes, this is because most envelopes are white. ‘White’ paper envelopes are seen as the universal representation. Human icons represent ‘humanity’, as in ‘people’, as in all humankind. Are all humans white? Is white the ‘neutral’, the ‘universal’? Thats the point I was trying to make. If you think that asking questions is racist, then I can’t really help you out.

    @JD – I don’t make Asian/ African icons because I am CRAP at making icons, lol.
    I suppose the reason I also bring it up is that I do a lot of work for international non-profits who represent a diverse range of people and interests.

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    I love them, thanks..

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    Hello, I am getting a 403 forbidden error when i try and download them :( …

    Oops should have right clicked them.

    Thanks. love them


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