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Justice League of America Icons for Android
If you are a fan of comics, sure you remember Justice League. Well, now it´s possible to have those legendary icons on your Android device. XDA member es0tericcha0s presents this nice GIMP folder organizer icons in 72 x 72 px.
Not much else to say, better have a look and go for your favorite super hero icon.
Originally posted by es0tericcha0s
Justice League of America Icons
So, I have had an awful lot of free time on my hands after getting laid off last week. Thought I would play around with GIMP a little more and custom make some icons. I made these for Folder Organizer icons, but they are 72 x 72 px and can be used for whatever devices support that size icon (I believe HDPI devices only, please correct me if I am wrong). I attached a little pic with all of them together.
Screenshot 1: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9903887/BatsJLA1.png
Screenshot 2: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9903887/BatsJLA2.png
The first one is them just lain out so you can get an idea of the size. The second one is used in the medium sized icon format of Launch-X Pro widget. I could not upload them to the site without resizing, and I didn’t feel like it. It wouldn’t look the same anyway. You should be able to right click –> Open in new tab so you don’t have to download them. Hope you all enjoy!
You can find more information in the icons thread.
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