IconFinder is a search engine and marketplace for icons. It offers more than 150,000 free icons categorized according to tags, styles or designer and arranged in alphabetical order.
A mix of free and paid icons are available on the site strongly recommended for web designers, developers and other creative professionals. But you don’t have to worry because with the huge collection of free icons (100,000) alone, you have more than enough to choose from.
Currently, IconFinder is considered on top of its competitors for having the world’s largest collection of icons numbering 340,000 contributed by different artists and featuring different styles.
Iconfinder was founded in 2007 by Martin LeBlanc Eigtved of Denmark.
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