I actually used the free version on my agency's website http://strategexe.com/
It is much more than "just an icon set," these glyphs all adhere to a very distinctive and "cartoony" style that shows a great deal of personality. Not to mention the fact that Vincent went to great pains to ensure that the design was technically distinguished as well.
It looks like some of the lines are overlapping badly in the icon font on your site. The 'content' icon and a few of them below, is that a issue with the icon font?
I am not sure, could I ask what OS and browser you are viewing it on? Thanks.
Here's what I get: http://cl.ly/SqrV (Chrome Mac OS)
I am using the older, free version of the icon set served as a font compiled using icomoon. There might be some issue with the font conversion on Macs as I cannot reproduce this issue on any of my Windows or Android devices.
I plan on clearing the expense for this full set with my boss tomorrow and then implementing the native icon font files instead of using a conversion. Maybe this will clear up the bleeding issue.
Thanks for the screenshot!
How embarrassing :-) I'm the Streamline icons creator, and I'm sorry for this problem!
The problem come from the source icons, not from the icon font generator (Icomoon here).
I've fixed the problems with these SVG icons, but only on my icon font generator: http://fontastic.me I will ask to Iconfinder to update my free Streamline icons they propose on their website
Thanks for responding Vincent! I will implement your set from Fontastic in the morning.
Some serious work has gone into this set
An Icon set?
Over sixteen hundred icons? "Wow" is appropriate.
I know... Not a day without a new icon set ;-) But this one is truly unique by the number of icons, the quality and consistency of design, and I'm very proud of our "Smart stroke" feature... All icons were built ONLY with strokes, which means that you can customize the thickness of the icons in illustrator.
We take all the advantages of the mono-line "iOS7 style" with these smart strokes. Also I've noticed that icons are more and more employed as illustrations these days, and not only in a traditional iconic way. So, by making the outlines super thin you can create some illustrations at large scales, or match a font thickness.
We've got an interesting discussion about it with other icon designers here: http://blog.iconfinder.com/do-we-really-need-responsive-icons/
Funny of you to say Wow...cause it was built with WOW.js
VERY NICE SET :)
that's amazingly helpful
amazing icons, huge amount - great work. but i can't help but wonder who actually needs this many icons. many of these icons are so specialized that they will likely never be used. other symbols are are offered in many more multiples than is rational. i mean there's 8 different camera icons. maybe purchasing one of the categories could be useful for a project, but with an all-or-nothing sales strategy, i can't see this as a buy.