Gradient Scene Icons

New icons style that works with any design

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#2 Product of the DayMay 19, 2018

Following our new style of illustration using gradient colors and all the hype around gradients we decided to create an icon pack focusing on people actions and activites in gradient style. The best thing about gradients that no matter what color is the background the icons will always fit in harmony!

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Taha Maddam, CFA
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Chris Kilbourn
Chris Kilbourn@chris_kilbourn
These are gorgeous!
Ramy Wafaa
Ramy WafaaMaker@ramywafaa · Founder RoundIcons.com
@chris_kilbourn thanks a lot ;)
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!! 😊 How’s it going to be use ?
Ramy Wafaa
Ramy WafaaMaker@ramywafaa · Founder RoundIcons.com
@ayush_chandra well they work as icons and illustrations for websites, applications or any kind of design really :) the thing is the icons are made using gradient colors and this gives them the ability to fit on any background color ;)
Taha Maddam, CFA
Taha Maddam, CFA@tahatayyab · Discover360 →Search Engine for Instagram
I have been a RoundIcon customer since their first launch. One of the best purchases.
Ramy Wafaa
Ramy WafaaMaker@ramywafaa · Founder RoundIcons.com
@tahatayyab thanks :) That means a lot to us!
Koushik Marka
Koushik Marka@koushik_marka · CEO & Founder at Studiotale
These are cool. As animation video production company(www.studiotale.com), we can use your bundles for our videos. Will definitely give a try. Cheers!
Karl Taylor
Karl Taylor@karltaylor_ · Making waves for people to web surf
@koushik_marka I'm emailing contact@studiotale right now - Really like your work!
Koushik Marka
Koushik Marka@koushik_marka · CEO & Founder at Studiotale
@karltaylor_ Thanks. We wait for your email.
Juan Sarmiento
Juan Sarmiento@juanpablosarmi · Founder: bypeople,iconshock,designshock
Amazing work, i've seen a lot this illustration style recently ! would you consider releasing a MIT licensed pack as undraw did ?