170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

We all know that we have lots of free Web 2.0 Social Media icons out there but do you know that some of them were wonderfully hand-drawn? 170+ examples are included.


I have a few new niche site projects in the pipeline (due for launch next month) and one of them seems to require the creation of a hand-drawn site to fit the theme of my targeted niche. Sure, we have plenty of hand-drawn websites/blogs out there (new trend last year) and I can always take look at them for inspiration but what about icons?


A hand-drawn niche site must have its own hand-drawn icons and I tried to find a few free ones just now (expecting to find plenty) only to discover that we do not have much choice. Yes, free hand-drawn icons are rarities, guess I’ll just have to hire a site designer to help me out. If you can’t do it on your own, outsource! :)


Oh well, all is not entirely lost. At least today I got to know that there is a total of 170+ free Web 2.0 Social Media icons that you can use to help you iconize the following Social Media brands; Blip.fm, Blinklist, Blogger, Del.icio.us, Digg, Facebook, Feedburner, Flickr, FriendFeed, Furl, Gmail, Google, LastFM, LinkedIn, Magnolia, Meneame, Mixx, MySpace, Newsvine, PayPal, Reddit. Skype, Sphinn, StumbleUpon, Technorati, Twitter, Vimeo, WordPress, Yahoo, YouTube and so on.


Enjoy! :)


170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

170+ Free Hand-Drawn Web 2.0 Social Media Icons

Updated on November 19th 2009 10:30 PM:


Added another 80+ free hand-drawn social media icons to the existing list.

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3 comments:

Meerkating said...

This is exactly what I was looking for, very cool!

Saidul A Shaari said...

Meerkating,

I'm glad you find them handy. :)

Huttie Dee said...

I have to say thank you.
This is what i want.

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