Pictodeck Icon Set: Over 700 Free Pictograms for Keynote

Posted: October 22, 2010 in Uncategorized
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Today we are glad to release
Pictodeck, a set of
over 700 pictograms in vector format designed specifically for Keynote. That means you can rescale them to any size you desire without any loss in quality. All of the icons also support transparency. The set was created by
Aaron Richard. The icons are from four different sets:
PICOL,
Android Icons,
Pictoico, and
Freshpixel. All are licensed slightly differently under Creative Commons. Please respect their copyrights.

The last slide contains a series of 32×32 bitmap icons for popular social networking sites. These icons were created by
Komodo Media, which has also graciously chosen to license them under the Creative Commons.



Download the set for free!

You can use the set for all of your projects for free and without any restrictions. You can freely use it for both your private and commercial projects, including software, online services, templates and themes. The set may not be resold, sublicensed, rented, transferred or otherwise made available for use. Please link to this article if you would like to spread the word.









download Pictodeck v1.0 for Keynote ’09






download Pictodeck v1.0 for Keynote ’08

Pictodeck was created by Aaron Richard, who works as a strategist at
Big Spaceship, a digital creative agency in Brooklyn, New York. You can visit his personal blog at
ralphthemagician.com or follow him on Twitter
@ralphthemagi.

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