We all love icons. Especially those well designed, clean and minimalistic icon sets that seem to work just right in our layout. With the new iOS 7 launch, stroke styled icons have become quite popular. The truth is that, in the right context, they can be the element that will add that extra touch to the overall design. Here is a collection of awesome, free icons in .psd or vector format from around the web. Enjoy!
Tab Bar Icons iOS 7 by Pixeden
Although we are not big fans of the iOS 7 UI look and feel, these icons by Pixeden are truly awesome, especially in the context of minimalistic layouts. Be it a website design, an app design, even on stationary such as business cards, they really do the trick. Simple lines, clean shapes, straight to the point. A filled version of the icon set is also included.
They are provided in .psd and .ai format for all you vector junkies out there. Be sure to check all the volumes of the iOS 7 Tab Bar icons at the Pixeden site. There are about seven till now. We provide the link the first volume.
Line Icons by CSSauthor.com
A great collection of sweet and sexy icons, that you can almost taste in your mouth. Available in .png, .eps, and .pdf formats to scale them according to your needs. Be sure to check the other resources of http://www.cssauthor.com/, they seem to have a huge resource base.
Streamline Iconset by Webalys
A polished stroke-styled icon set by the creator of minicons, this set comes in .svg format. With attention to detail and well calculated proportions, this set exceeds in quality many of the premium icon resources out there. Absolutely recommended.
Othericons Iconset by Luboš Volkov
Truly awesome, designed by the talented designer Luboš Volkov, this set makes me want to design a theme with them. Again, huge attention to detail, scalable, and provided in .psd and vector formats. Check out his other iconset Othericons 2 featuring more than 230 icons for just $4. Tried and tested.
Free Vector Icons from Chapps
A dribbble gem, this is is a sexy, ultra-super minimal set designed by this guy: http://dribbble.com/Grigoriev
Nice stroke widths, that work on very small sizes too, and play well on flat designs. They come in a .psd file with pure vector shapes. Yummy.
Do you have another resource to add to the collection? Let us know at the comments section.