Jon Mark Allen
jm at allensonthe.net
Wed Feb 18 09:40:48 CST 2009
On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 20:50, Mike Wallace <m.a.wallace at gmail.com> wrote:
> Forgive me for this is not Linux specific. I am looking for some good icon
> sets (mainly general application) that can be used commercially. I have run
> across a couple totally free libraries, but the vast majority are "free" but
> only if you use them personally. The rules change for commercial products,
> and it seems that every graphic artist has their own idea of what
> "commercial" is. Just look at all the variations there are in a CC license,
> let alone those who don't use a CC license. Right now I am writing some
> "proof of concept" software, so I would like it to look nice for demo
> purposes, but I don't want to include anything that has commercial
> limitations. Knowing me, I would totally forget that the icon set was
> restricted if any of the demos were to move forward. I don't know how many
> web and/or GUI developers there are on this list, but do know of any good,
> completely free icon sets and perhaps other graphics as well? And for extra
> credit, anyone know of some free (commercially) sound effect libraries?
You might try these: http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/
The Silk icons are CC Attribution 2.5: "This means you may use it for
any purpose, and make any changes you like. All I ask is that you
include a link back to this page in your credits (although a giant
link on every page of your website really isn't needed, contact me to
discuss specifics). "
The Flag and Mini icons are public domain
The other icon sites I use are Icon Finder  and Tango . The
licenses on the icons at Icon Finder I believe will vary, but might be
worth checking out.
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