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Tha Steely icons

Ok.. last pack before i leave for Las Vegas… Its clean, its steel, its cut… Enjoy and see you in a few days.

Let's hope i make it out of there without too much permanent damage.


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Tha Pointer icons

Inspired by Map pointers refers to some general symbols to spot a location on a map.

Maps have been around for thousands of years; a clay tablet depicting an area of ancient Babylon that was dated to 6200BC used to be regarded as the earliest known map until a cave painting in Turkey that was dated back to 6297BC was discovered at a site near Ankara, Turkey.

Gerardus Mercator invented the Mercator projection in 1569. This became the standard map and is what we base our current maps on its the map that is sliced up at the north and south poles.

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Tha Square Round icons

Made those inspired by rubber buttons… i like them and wanted to share them with ya'll… 🙂

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Tha Red Switch icons

Just leaving that red switch here… its a good way to use your icons to relieve stresses… now only if i could make it do a nice clicking sound 🙂

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Tha Gun Range icons

A nice metal style… gun metal like… so i called it gun range for absolutely no particular reason 🙂

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Tha Natural Gas icons

Thought of those while cooking… can't seem to shut my mind off!

Inspired by Natural gas that was formed deep under the earth about 100 million years ago. Natural gas is colorless and odorless. Utility companies add mercaptan that smells like rotten eggs to help make gas leaks easier to notice. In 1816, gas was first used to light street lamps in Baltimore, Maryland. 

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Tha Casino Chip icons

If you’re thinking of robbing a Las Vegas casino, and you’re not George Clooney, I have a word of advice: give up now. even if you leave the casino in one piece, the chips you stole are going to be worthless long before you make your get away. Thanks to RFID tags embedded inside them, the chips with denominations of $100 to $25,000 could be immediately deactivated rendering them unredeemable for cash value. 

They also can log how much you spend, where you spend it, and use that information to keep you in the game longer with well timed drinks and services catered to your activity. If you’re using high-rolling chips you can almost guarantee that a casino knows what you’re up to. Turns out Big Brother is alive and well, playing craps in Las Vegas.

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Tha Reflective icons

Chillin' so im gonna leave this here.
Kinda created from reflective vinyl, a bit rusty… they are basically one of a kind, stylish and all.

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Tha Square icon

Clean and inspired by the regular quadrilateral. Did you know in the Forties it began to apply to people (your squared) who were conservative or conventional. One theory is that it started as jazz slang and referred to the hand gestures a conductor’s hand made when directing music with a regular four beats to the bar (unlike the funky syncopated rhythms of jazz).

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Tha MNMLcony icons

A special request made by you to take over a set… yup… i can hook you up!
With versatile minimalism lines.  That set will fit a lot of themes, let's just say they are very transparent.

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Tha Fireworks icons

These are the only fireworks icons on the planet that make sense… don't even look for anything else, this is your 2013 party skin!

The earliest documentation of fireworks dates back to 7th century China, where they were invented. The fireworks were used to accompany many festivities. It is a part of the culture of China and had its origin there; eventually it spread to other cultures and societies. Important events and festivities such as the Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) and the Mid-Autumn Festival were and still are times when fireworks are guaranteed sights.

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Tha Mahjong icons

There is still some debate about who created the game. One theory is that Chinese army officers serving during the Taiping Rebellion created the game to pass the time. Another theory is that a nobleman living in the Shanghai area created the game between 1870 and 1875. Others believe that two brothers from Níngpō created mahjong around 1850, from the earlier game of Mǎdiào.
This game was banned by the government of People's Republic of China when it took power in 1949. The new Communist government forbade any gambling activities, which were regarded as symbols of capitalist corruption. After the Cultural Revolution, the game was revived, without gambling elements, and the prohibition was revoked in 1985. Today, it is a favorite pastime in China and other Chinese-speaking communities.

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Tha Mint Mono icons

More of minty fresh icon goodness! With a classic look that can easily handle a multitude of setups and situation. Lovely.

Combine them with Tha Mint for more flavory pleasure:

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Tha Lego icons

Inspired by popular line of construction toys that consists of colorful interlocking plastic bricks, Lego began manufacturing interlocking toy bricks in 1949. Since then a global Lego subculture has developed, supporting movies, games, competitions, and six themed amusement parks.

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Tha Snowflake icons

Inspired by Snowflakes that comes in a variety of sizes and shapes.
These icons were Complex to make! They literally took years to create until i found a process such that individual snowflakes are nearly unique in structure. 

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Tha Wax Seal icons

Made of material after melting, quickly hardens forming a bond that is difficult to separate without noticeable tampering. Wax is used to verify something such as a document is unopened, to verify the sender's identity, for example with a signet ring, and as decoration. Sealing wax can be used to take impressions of other seals. Wax was used to seal letters close and later (from about the 16th century) envelopes.

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Tha Gingerbread icons

Gingerbread refers not to a cake, but a type of biscuit made with ginger. It commonly takes the form of a gingerbread man. They are generally associated with Christmas though are eaten all year round. The idea of having a gingerbread person originates to the court of Elizabeth the first, who served gingerbread figurines to foreign dignitaries in their likenesses. French pain d'épices is somewhat similar, though generally slightly drier, and always involves honey rather than treacle.

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XDA forum design

Word up… Did you know i had the chance of doing some of tha-XDA-2013-new-forum-design-style-icons?  If you haven't switched to this juicy phatness yet your missing out!

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Tha Cast Iron icons

Inspired by a type of cast iron that has a graphitic microstructure. It is named after the gray color of the fracture it forms, which is due to the presence of graphite. It is the most common cast iron and the most widely used cast material based on weight.

The earliest cast iron artifacts date to the 5th century BC, and was discovered by archaeologists in what is now modern Luhe County, Jiangsu in China.

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Tha Ingress Icons

Word up, im gonna take a minute to re-post this… Thing is they was some change to the pack (like complete redesign) and also that its now combined with the other ingress icon pack…

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